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suffering severe physical strain or distress

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bearing a stress or accent

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For instance, researchers at Ohio State discovered that the flu vaccine is less effective if you're stressed when you get the shot.
Growing use of experts directly attacked that vital component of nervous breakdown that had proudly stressed self-help in diagnosis and cute.
Often people feel more stressed during allergy season, simply because they aren't breathing correctly.
Do you expect to feel stressed, or were you stressed, during your graduate seminar?
As of YE 2005, the Fitch stressed NCF had declined by 49% since issuance.
We know that people who are stressed out look haggard.
No one can fix a dollar amount on the welling of emotion, the additional stress, and the devastation felt by the agency's officers, their families, and, most of all, the family of the officer stressed to the point of committing suicide.
So aside from pleasing Mom and deterring furry critters from nesting in your room, a clean, organized space makes for a less stressed you.
When polarized light passes through a stressed plastic, the components of the light wave that are parallel and perpendicular to the direction of the stress propagate through the plastic at different speeds.
Dew, Phillips, and Reiss (1989) stressed the importance of family involvement in the rehabilitation process in order to achieve more successful outcomes and recommended a family systems approach for understanding family identity and problem-solving style.
In this stress relaxation process, the chains shift to less stressed positions each chain taking a time interval to relax which is, characteristic of its size, shape and spatial arrangement.
Best's willingness to reduce its stressed capital requirements.
In a fast-paced society where food is easy to get, glucocorticoid action probably causes chronically stressed people to take in extra calories and to gain weight, says McEwen.
He often works with stressed and burnt out executives.
One area in which the sexes disagree is safety, with twice as many women as men feeling stressed over personal safety concerns.