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He had lived all his life in Carlisle; and all the Carlisle people knew of or about him--although they thought they knew everything--was that he was painfully, abnormally shy.
It came in the shape of a call from a certain young woman with unnaturally pink cheeks and abnormally yellow hair; a young woman who wore high heels and cheap jewelry; a young woman whom Miss Polly knew very well by reputation--but whom she was angrily amazed to meet beneath the roof of the Harrington homestead.
That the struggle between natural selection on the one hand, and the tendency to reversion and variability on the other hand, will in the course of time cease; and that the most abnormally developed organs may be made constant, I can see no reason to doubt.
Her boy, who rode rough-shod over her, was gone, and in his stead reigned a keen-faced youth, abnormally silent, who addressed most of his conversation to his father.
This child's disposition is abnormally cruel, merely for cruelty's sake, and whether he derives this from his smiling father, as I should suspect, or from his mother, it bodes evil for the poor girl who is in their power."
Things had indeed been very slow with us, and I had learned to dread such periods of inaction, for I knew by experience that my companion's brain was so abnormally active that it was dangerous to leave it without material upon which to work.
In its 'final El Nino advisory,' the United States' Climate Prediction Center (CPC) and the International Research Institute for Climate and Society declared a 'neutral status,' which meant the absence of the phenomenon that brought abnormally dry conditions to the Philippines as well as La Nina which brought abnormally wet conditions.
In Parkinsons disease and tremor, the electrical activity in several different parts of the brain becomes abnormally rhythmic.
Researchers, who have revised weather models using a new system, predicted world temperatures may be "abnormally hot" up to 2022.
Tagiyeva stressed that abnormally hot weather for the last 10 years is observed not only in Azerbaijan, but all over the world.
Using multivariate regression, predictors of increased ci-TBI risk with vomiting included signs of skull fracture, altered mental status, headache, and acting abnormally (odds ratios, 80.1, 2.4, 2.3, and 1.86, respectively).
According to the company, ICD devices can monitor for and detect abnormally fast heart rhythms and deliver electricity to the heart to restore the heart's natural rhythm.
THE first baby born in Europe with an abnormally small head as a result of the Zika virus is being cared for at a hospital in Barcelona.
They identify and analyze ground water chemical composition, its variations, and its distribution patterns in the natural reservoirs; study the nature and spatial occurrences of abnormally high formation pressure and abnormally high pore pressure in the subsurface of unbalanced folding in the mobile belts; and consider the role such abnormalities play in the formation of faults, regional and local structures, hydrocarbon migration and accumulation, and the preservation and dissipation of hydrocarbon accumulation.
BEIJING, Sha'ban 14, 1435, Jun 12, 2014, SPA -- China said on Thursday that Japan's accusations of Chinese fighter jets flying "abnormally close" to Japanese military aircraft over the East China Sea were aimed at "deceiving the international community", Reuters reported.