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In the evaluation of estimates of number of periods, time spent per period in feeding, rumination and idling and the time spent per ruminated bolus (Table 5), both null hypotheses were rejected, and therefore, the global bias was estimated (Table 6).
Figure 2 illustrates that BDI-II scores were higher for participants who had more intrusions, but only for those who ruminated on the intrusions (slope for RRIQ above median: B = .
Marie-Claire adds, "He ruminated about it and said 'Let's do it.
For those of us who have heard the tape where Charles and Camilla ruminated on life as a box of Tampax while working out how to deceive their respective partners for a bit of how's-your-father, it was difficult to keep a straight face listening to all this self-serving claptrap.
In a series of interviews given to the press, Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson ruminated on why the Microsoft case should go directly to the Supreme Court rather than to the Court of Appeals.
1999), ruminated over such candidates as Gandhi, Churchill, Mother Teresa, and others, but finally decided that the honour belongs to Dr.
He buried his head in a sackful of corn husks and ruminated with placid delight--which is only natural because Mr.
CRAWFORD PERSPECTIVES ruminated in the April 8 letter: The LUNAR ECLIPSE over the long holiday weekend (April 14-16) may reverse fast moving US$ trends
That source yielded 555 depressed people, ages 10 to 69, who had begun antidepressant treatment and then ruminated about or unsuccessfully attempted suicide within 90 days.
Before that, he'd taken on the legacy of the Holocaust in A Bright Room Called Day, and since then he has ruminated about the collapse of the Soviet Union in Slavs
During a one-inning wait for a Dodger Dog, Amelia and Barry Alperin of Walnut ruminated over the stadium's most transcendent weiner.
In his masterpiece, The City of God, written toward the end of his life, Augustine ruminated on ways of bridging the vast gulf between the "City of God" and the "City of Man," the two realms vying daily for the loyalty of the Christian.
Assuming they made it to class between tanning sessions, the attendees ruminated on tax court rules and procedures, new developments in criminal tax law, and trial preparation - issues that could perhaps be more easily discussed without seagulls crying and waves crashing just outside the door.
he ruminated before the audience, after splitting the boards on his third try.
Men and women who favored self-contemplation were described as compassionate, dependable, productive, and insightful about themselves; those who ruminated often came across as fearful, moody, nervous, defensive, and self-pitying.