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The importance of women as a future source of [seafaring] human resources cannot be overstressed, IMO Secretary General Kitack Lim told around 5,000 participants of the International Filipino Seafarers Day celebration at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City.
Many people are lonely and others overstressed, trying to meet ever rising expectations and to give their loved ones a happy Christmas against a background of lower disposable income and increasing demands of work.
We know it's part of a linkage system which was found to "be significantly overstressed during certain combinations of loading" in 2010.
Eight of these aquifers lost significant water over the decade and were classified as overstressed, with nearly no natural water replenishment to offset withdrawals.
-- Hair that is overstressed and thinning can add more years to one's look than wrinkles, and no one can bear having a bad hair day every day.
It added that the germanwings co-pilot was suffering from being overstressed and was severely depressive, according to personal notes found.
This leads to an overworked, overstressed police force that can understandably become suspicious of everyone in the neighborhoods it patrols.
There is enormous satisfaction in knowing that by caring for a senior person, you have also given relief to overstressed family members who may not have been coping.
This is why the weaker wrist extensors become overstressed. They are actively involved in everything you do with the stronger flexor muscles.
Installing a G-meter, admittedly rare in non-acrobatic airplanes, is one way to determine if the structure is overstressed, but a detailed inspection is the only certain method of discovering airframe damage.
1 cause of overstressed employees is overstressed employers.
Starting with august 2008, the sportsmen followed a complex and coherent programme of exercises focused on muscle groups and joints that are usually overstressed while training or during competitions.
But if your pain lasts longer than 48 hours, you may have overstressed your joints.
So many of us are overscheduled and overstressed; we just crave a few minutes of downtime to rejuvenate.