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lacking stability or fixity or firmness

highly or violently reactive

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affording no ease or reassurance

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suffering from severe mental illness

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disposed to psychological variability

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subject to change

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* People with serious mental illness who are unstably housed, receiving mental health case management from a Community Services Board, and were in the top 20% of crisis and emergency services utilizers across the state: 2,684
In fact, homeless or unstably housed youth are more likely to engage in a number of HIV risk behaviors, such as intercourse without condoms, sharing syringes, sex in exchange for value, sex with an intravenous drug user, and sex with a person living with HIV.
Black, eagle-sized turkey vultures are soaring like drunken pilots, unstably rocking in the wind from side-to-side, with wings held up in a shallow V.
At the northern flank of the trough the moist and unstably stratified air was led to Austria, Hungary, the Czech Republic, and northeastern Germany.
According to Hughes and Morgan (2008), the reactor exposures are unclear--as a result, they respond to external competitive events when forced, and probably inconsistently and unstably. In fact, when compared with the other archetypes, the reactor is best categorized by a low propensity for both behaviors: exploratory and exploitative.
In the first 30 days, the TMP behaved unstably, reaching the critical value of 0.7 bar, which was adopted as the limit for the chemical cleaning of membranes.
Health care access and utilization patterns in unstably housed HIV-infected individuals in New York City.
According to the process of shear faulting, Gupta and Bergstrom [3] suggested a model for the compressive failure of rocks, and the presented model addressed the progressive growth of damage that leads to the formation of a critical fault nucleus, which could grow unstably in its own plane by fracturing the grain boundaries in increasingly rapid succession.
Figures 2 and 3 reveal that for the identification of only a few tags, the EPC Gen-2 protocol performs unstably, as its system efficiency varies a little drastically.
As a complex social phenomenon, language may change smoothly or unstably. We know little about the actual trends of the evolution of language.
Besides all what is mentioned above, another important factor which arouses unstably in WiNCS is external disturbance.
The object and FMAs turn unstably around the polar axis of the actuator.
The other is the brittle fracture which occurs unstably with small displacement.
As with all unstably housed participants, these (in)voluntary migrants were more likely than their apartment-dwelling counterparts to occupy the drop-in or attend available support groups at any given time.
trade and economic cooperation is developing unstably and the bilateral trade indices are low.