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not stimulating

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We should not neglect to encourage enthusiasm in the young user and it is in this sense that I feel deep gratitude to functional ceramics for stimulating an awareness that has enlivened so many of the often unstimulating meals that I have consumed in homes, hotels, restaurants, cafes, canteens, bars and eating houses from San Francisco to Siberia.
86) In such instances, war veterans with PTSD tend to find civilian life unstimulating and may seek out dangerous and sensational activities or events as part of a compulsive desire for reexposure to trauma.
Most educators probably haven't spent enough time in a self-contained special education classroom to realize how very unstimulating and uninteresting those environments are.
The presence of avatars as live, interactive, 3D communication tools in these interactions, are the only exception to the traditional and unstimulating face-to-face and Web 2.
In Sao Paulo State its fruits ripen from April to August, creating an excessive production, reducing prices and, consequently unstimulating growers.
OF THE $787 BILLION in "stimulus" money Barack Obama authorized with his presidential pen on February 17, at least $144 billion was earmarked for a particularly unstimulating purpose: covering the budget deficits of state governments.
As the story line was not excessively long or overly verbose, there were no components of this novel that I found to be unstimulating.
The definition stated a McJob was "an unstimulating, low-paid job with few prospects".
The online world, with its fleeting relationships, may mean real life appears boring and unstimulating, said Dr Himanshu Tyagi in a presentation to the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
It said the definition as "an unstimulating low-paid job with few prospects" was insulting and out of date.
He was invited to become a crew member at the restaurant in Cardiff Road, Barry, as part of the company's campaign to change the public's perception and the dictionary definition of 'McJob' as an unstimulating and low-paid job.
This is not unstimulating work because every day is different.
The company officially launched a public petition on behalf of its 67,000 employees and their colleagues in the service sector, calling for the UK's dictionary houses to reconsider the existing 'McJob' definition - "an unstimulating, low-paid job with few prospects, esp.
At present it reads: "An unstimulating, low-paid job with few prospects.
He says he supports a campaign being waged by the UK arm of the global fast food chain to get dictionary publishers to revise their definition of the word "Mcjob", listed as "an unstimulating, low-paid job with few prospects".