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the power to discern the true nature of a person or situation

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inborn pattern of behavior often responsive to specific stimuli

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Every creature is designed with specific instincts that make them what they are.
As she let herself think, she would assemble the wire tendrils into shapes, made without a plan - only instinct.
It concluded that Deep Instinct Endpoint Protection met the following security and privacy requirements of HIPAA, including:
While many businesses now benefit from the rise of big data and endless reams of clinically-detailed understanding of their own operations, decisions of great importance can still come down to the individual gut instinct of the leader.
Obviously, it wasn't a good instinct and it wasn't the right thing to do, but he just went to his instincts, and in those situations, you just gotta try to stay disciplined,' he added.
Kronos said it plans to continue to support the acquired customers through a team of Digital Instinct employees, and Digital Instinct customers will have access to a comprehensive and complementary array of Kronos solutions.
Although it's counter-intuitive, the best immediate course of action in that situation is to fight your instinct and try to float or rest, just for a short time.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch (NYSE: BAC) has announced the launch of a new electronic platform, Instinct Loans, for the secondary trading of syndicated corporate loans.
Amir does not have that type of killer instinct that Miguel Cotto has," said Hunter, one of the world's leading trainers when asked about Alvarez's past fight against Puerto Rican Cotto.
In the pages of "First Defense: Anxiety and Instinct for Self Protection", author David Hopkins (a psychologist with 21 years of experience combining psychological principles relating to violence and psychotherapy with martial arts, self-defense, close protection, and in investigative work against terrorists and criminal elements, including organized crime) provides the realization that a key to success in a threatening situation is to use your anxiety to increase your sensory input with information vital to your survival.
In "First Defense: Anxiety and Instinct for Self Protection" he draws upon his years of experience and expertise to draw from psychology and psychotherapy, martial arts, security and anti-terror to provide a practical, proven and effective system for enhancing any martial arts or self-defense system.
The Instinct Endoscopic Hemoclip from Cook Medical is used to stop gastrointestinal (GI) tract bleeding, which is a condition that can be challenging to treat because of the variations among bleeds.
Frederickson presents students, academics, and researchers with an investigation of the use of instinct as a concept to ease contradictions and gaps in nineteenth century writings that attempt to reconcile the legacy of Enlightenment humanism.
It is a moment of recognition and reaction to an ages-old survival mechanism--the instinct to fight or flee (the livestock), or the impulse to chase, capture, and kill prey (the dog).
Instinct Media Group, a leading company for in-house media solutions, and Sky Clinic, a renowned dentistry medical centre, have launched a new in-clinic 3D screen to be installed at Sky Clinic's premises at Jumeirah Lake Towers Dubai.