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given to avoiding association with others

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hostile to or disruptive of normal standards of social behavior

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Consumption of greater amount of food during social context then asocial correlates positively with the number of individuals that are present in social context (Herman et al.
While many see Rousseau's preoccupation with freedom and autonomy, Warner presents a compelling case for an interpretation that focuses on the asocial individual's longing for oneness or unity within himself.
This highly original study of asocial Christianity in one part of contemporary Africa upends long-held paradigms in the study both of Christianity and of Africa.
org, which recently conducted, with Forrester Research and Bizrate Insights, asocial media survey among retailers.
The inventory provides internal, external and asocial indexes of behaviour problems as well as a scale that assesses social and communicative skills.
Alvaro de Campos es el de todos los heteronimos el que mas expresa un interior agitado, su ser asocial, su hostilidad que explota la voluntad individual simultaneamente se interroga de la intimidad de su Yo, dice Pessoa en Alvaro Campos: "es en quien puse toda la emocion que no me doy ni a mi ni a la vida".
THESE are the violent scenes which greeted Environment Minister Alan Kelly as he opened asocial housing development yesterday.
what they're calling a"Made-by-Many" Challenge in order "to support creative and cultural events and festivals that have asocial or economic impact with an innovative twist.
For pediatric cancer patients, the results can be particularly devastating, leading to reduced IQ, asocial behavior and diminished quality of life,"said Charles Limoli, a UCI professor of radiation oncology.
She must make some tough choices, both practical and emotional: whether to sell the family's beloved cottage; whether to return to work at the suffocating office where she was employed before she married; how best to raise the children, particularly her visibly troubled son, Donal, who has grown asocial and developed a stammer since his father's death.
Consider that we rightly complain about misconceptions that computing is asocial, but the characterization of traditional teaching as overtly asocial is rarely acknowledged, making it a potentially unattractive future for our students and societally harmful.
The general picture of the saints that emerges is of highly opinionated, rigid figures, patronising at times towards God, asocial, and masochistic.
He charges Freudianism with presenting humans in an inherently false, individualistic, asocial, and ahistorial setting.
Meanwhile, a delegation headed by PTI MNA Col (R) Ameerullah Khan Marwat called on District Police Officer Ismail Kharak to discuss the law and order situation with the DPO and appreciated his efforts for regulating the traffic system and launching successful action against anti asocial elements.
FRIDAY'S SOLUTIONS WEE THINKER ACROSS: 7 Asocial 9 Own up 10 Lucid 11 Prosaic 12 Per 13 Aperitif 16 Long shot 17 Rue 19 Chateau 21 Aster 22 Alone 23 Spectra.
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