staleness


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unoriginality as a result of being dull and hackneyed

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having lost purity and freshness as a consequence of aging

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Although comments will be offered on some of the symptoms that burnout shares with staleness and the overtraining syndrome, the primary focus will be on the latter two constructs.
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Fast, effective and affordable, Reviver instantly removes lingering odors from smoke, food or pets--even staleness from the gym, commute or workplace.
And the staleness of the concept was only underscored on Wednesday morning when the magazine (http://www.
28, a state of staleness had evolved between the army and the people," which, according to him, was detrimental because the army is "the safety valve that keeps the country together.
8220;There is a staleness and confusion for a lot of real estate professionals on their plan of attack,” he said.
The weakest aspect may have been the art historical referencing, which combined with too little personally charged material, gave the work a pseudo-academic staleness.
Nowhere is this staleness more apparent than in the weekly pageant of managers who explain that they don't usually moan about referees, then go on to moan about referees for 15 minutes.
75) and Fish Tikkas that never have the fishy smell of staleness ( Rs 329.
Forget the stodginess of the big bulbous Rover or the staleness of the small bulbous A35.
Depending on staleness of the bread, more liquid may be required, in which case add more olive oil.
It seemed as though all the bitterness of life was being served onto her plate, and, with the steam off the stew, there came swirling up from the depths of her soul a kind of rancid staleness.
Reference: "The Role of Auditory Cues in Modulating the Perceived Crispness and Staleness of Potato Chips," Massimiliano Zampini and Charles Spence, Journal of Sensory Studies, vol.
The range includes authenticator holograms that can be easily tested as genuine by a consumer, temperature and staleness indicators and a water detector to prevent fraudulent warranty claims for electrical or electronic goods.
Overtraining or staleness syndrome is a particular concern for serious endurance athletes, such as swimmers or runners, with roughly 10% of these individuals experiencing the syndrome over the course of one year of training--and this rate increases significantly after five years of training.