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tending to intrude (especially upon privacy)

of rock material

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thrusting inward

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Intrusive thoughts are distressing, compulsive thoughts that are recurrent and difficult to control (Peirce, 2007).
The increased intensity of veining in the intrusive and in the clasts, and the increasing amount of silica seen towards the base of the hole all point to the source of the mineralisation being deeper.
Along with these reforms, which Haney characterizes rather negatively, came new practices such as protective labor legislation and "domesticity" and "personality" tests which the author views as significantly more intrusive and detrimental than the practices of the previous welfare regime.
What should a potential employee do when asked behavioral or highly intrusive questions during the interview?
Although the stop is clearly a Fourth Amendment seizure and the person is not free to leave,(4) the scope of the stop still is presumably less intrusive than an arrest.
Eye scans ordinarily require a person to look directly into a camera and therefore can be intrusive.
Congress had asked the General Accounting Office to determine how frequently financial status audit techniques were used, how they were applied, whether they were intrusive and burdensome for the taxpayer and, also, how the IRS measured its quality control.
Tax Executives Institute is convinced that, if implemented, the proposal would lead to either a more intrusive Internal Revenue Service or a completely ineffective one.
Government can fund extensive and intrusive enforcement mechanisms.
Sightseeing planes have been criticized for creating intrusive noise within environmentally sensitive national parks.
The software provides a sketch outline of the passenger with information for the security operator to identify the nature and location of threats, thus eliminating the need for intrusive and time-consuming pat-down searches.
Integrated remote test access functionality allows technicians to conduct intrusive or non-intrusive testing either through the lowpass filter toward the voice switch or downstream toward the outside plant.
Subjects completed a questionnaire containing scales for two major characteristics of post-traumatic stress disorder -- avoidance (diminished interest in outside activities, detachment from others) and intrusive thoughts (recurrent, disturbing thoughts and dreams about a traumatic event).
These examinations are intrusive and uncomfortable for the birthing mother and at best produce subjective data.
Bill Coleman, vice president of technology, will present 'Lead-Free Intrusive Reflow,' an alternative to lead-free wave soldering.