Within each half of the session, the order of the Face or the Face + Remote Stare
conditions was also pseudorandomised and counterbalanced.
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George Clooney and Ewan McGregor in The Men Who Stare
At Goats, main, and writer Jon Ronson, inset
If judges have power to invest the Constitution with meaning, a theory of stare
decisis that accords dispositive or meaningful decision-altering force to a prior decision at variance with the meaning with which a judge today would invest the Constitution (according to some other criteria) corrupts the interpretive theory of judicial power to give the Constitution meaning by virtue of judges' decisions.
Jeffrey Senger, who is senior counsel in the Department of Justice Office of Dispute Resolution and author of the 2003 book Federal Dispute Resolution: Using ADR with the United Stares
Government, notes that resource-related disputes are good candidates for ADR, which refers to ways of resolving disputes without resorting to litigation, usually with the help of a neutral mediator.
One tweeted: "Joe needs to chill with the creepy stares
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"If boys would not stare
at girls than whom they should stare
The doctrine of stare
decisis protects the legitimate expectations of those who live under the law, and, as Alexander Hamilton observed, is one of the means by which exercise of "an arbitrary discretion in the courts" is restrained.
They never miss a detail.Not only do they stare
at me but they also stare
at whoever comes to visit me.
According to local media reports, Tonghang allegedly drove his car near a warehouse and loudly honked his horn, prompting the workers to stare
According to the rules, contestants had to stare
into blankly for long hours without talking, sleeping, laughing or using smartphones.
However, her mum Amber Ibrahim, from Sheldon, is fed-up with people who keep stopping to stare
at the sevenmonth-old.
She couldn't help but stare
at him And he just stared right back.
Furthermore, with the exception of one study (Thalbourne & Evans, 1992), there have been no distinctions drawn between the experience of the role of the starer (i.e., staring at someone remotely and watching the person turn around) and the role of the staree (i.e., feeling the remote stare
of another and turning around) in order to see if one role is experienced more frequently than the other.