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emphasize

place the emphasis on

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  • place the emphasis on
  • emphasize
  • give emphasis to
  • place the accent on
  • lay emphasis upon

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special weight placed upon something considered important

the act, condition, or effect of exerting force on someone or something

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the relative prominence of a syllable or musical note (especially with regard to stress or pitch)

(psychology) a state of mental or emotional strain or suspense

special emphasis attached to something

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difficulty that causes worry or emotional tension

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(physics) force that produces strain on a physical body

test the limits of

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Table-1: Frequency of top ten commonest stressors of a-z stress scale among 500 antenatal women.
Although there are studies conducted on stress among entrepreneurs, there are either at the conceptual level (see for example, [9, 10] or general level (measurements are limited to only role stressors such as Butner, 1992.
Common stressors faced by undergraduates are academic, interpersonal, and developmental in nature (DeRoma, Leach, & Leverett, 2009; Disch et al.
Anxiety, depression, grief processing, trauma, and performance fears are many of the common stressors that challenge the practitioners' ability to work (Bearse et al.
The questionnaire consisted of three parts: demographic information, Cohen's Perceived Stress Scale (PSS-10) questionnaire, and a 33-item list of potential stressors.
Explore the most common work stressors experienced by Egyptian hotel employees,
Behavioral-avoidance coping includes physically turning away from stressors, seeking social support from teammates or friends, or engaging in another task, sometimes related to achieving a particular goal.
Stressors in 1st-year medical school: Comparison of a conventional and problem-based curriculum.
Thirty-one of the women reported that they'd experienced a stressor the day before the study at one of the study days, and 21 reported they'd had prior stressors on both study days.
In this study, the researcher tried to answer the question of job stressors distribution Kohgiloyeh and Boyer Ahmad Province and what is their relationship with job performance.
On average, the women in the study who reported one or more stressors the previous day burned 104 fewer calories than women who reported no stressors.
When I'm working with a client whose dog has stress-related behavior issues such as marking, aggression, or generalized anxiety, we list as many stressors as we can think of, assign one or more strategies to each stressor, and agree on which ones we will actively work on.
Eli Puterman said that it's very important that we promote healthy living, especially under circumstances of typical experiences of life stressors like death, caregiving and job loss.
This activity is designed to help students identify their personal stressors and to determine which stress prevention strategies are most useful for them.
Statement four asked college students: "When I come to physical activity class, does the activity help me forget about the stressors in my life.