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characterized by embarrassment and discomfort

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lacking spontaneity

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The saints and demigods whom history worships we are constrained to accept with a grain of allowance.
I could, however, select from the crowd no one whose opinions seemed worthy of preference, and thus I found myself constrained, as it were, to use my own reason in the conduct of my life.
She still looked agitated, and during the meal there was a somewhat constrained silence.
Oh, if so, punish me as you will; but do not -- do not speak to me in tones and manner so formal and constrained.
Practical Augmented Lagrangian Methods for Constrained Optimization
The ratings were constrained by the trust's aggressive capital expenditure plans in the mid-term, which could constrain its liquidity in the short-term.
respondents, the CFOs of 81 percent of the firms categorized as financially constrained said that they were experiencing credit rationing in the period, including a higher cost of borrowing (59 percent), and difficulties in initiating or renewing a credit line (55 percent).
1 : compel 1, force <He was constrained to retire because of ill health.
Chapters cover functions of a single variable, functions of several variables, linear programming, constrained optimality criteria, transformation methods, constrained direct search, linearization methods for constrained problems, direction generation methods based on linearization, quadratic approximation methods for constrained problems, structured problems and algorithms, comparison of constrained optimization methods, strategies for optimization studies, and engineering case studies.
This research is the first to identify the impact on being credit constrained of being Hispanic separately from other racial/ethnic groups, to analyze credit constraints among those who have applied for credit, as well as to control for the effects of past credit behavior on being credit constrained.
As a person grows, he argues, genetically constrained chewing muscles lead to relatively small jaws, thus permitting the deposition of additional cranial bone to encase a large brain.
There were a number of interesting submissions for this extremely constrained problem," said Holl.
Commercial examples where metallocene catalysts are being used include polymers such as Affinity, based on constrained geometry catalyst technology from Dow Chemical, and Exact from Exxon.
Box-constrained problems are probably the simplest kind of constrained nonlinear programming problems, and they often arise in practice.
Often, regional imperatives constrained foreign policy behavior.
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