The poll, of 1,532 drivers, also showed that 31 per cent had witnessed an accident or a near-miss as a result of drivers' erratic
behaviour when faced with a camera.
Politicians are called erratic
when they change their minds frequently, behave unpredictably, or show impulsiveness.
Short poured cups will cause erratic
The increase in drunk driving arrests reflects an emphasis on aggressively pursuing erratic
drivers, said Capt.
Climate change may contribute to more erratic
rainfall, creating conditions ripe for heat waves in some places, but it is difficult to distinguish how much of a heat wave is due to a warmer planet versus natural variation in rainfall.
He can be erratic
at times and was even erratic
in that game but he did more positive than negative overall.
No matter how erratic
the content, Williams's talent is unmistakable.
Santos sees 5% or 6% growth, despite Chavez's erratic
handling of the economy and a massive oil strike in early 2002.
By the "Church" little more is meant than the Congregation for the Index, the erratic
activities of which are largely identified with censorship, to the regrettable exclusion of the Holy Office.
The surprise was how erratic
sleep patterns were in all the recruits with schizophrenia, Foster says.
Stuart Ablon Associate Director of the Collaborative Problem Solving Institute and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard medical School), Treating Explosive Kids: The Collaborative Problem-Solving Approach is an invaluable reference to all parents, and is highly recommended reading regarding children who are struggling to find a comfortable level of self, and who may express themselves through aggressive, defiant, or erratic
physical or verbal display.
Other voices, male, adult, are well presented without straining at erratic
changes in tone.