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Dave Logan's "Tribal Leadership" is a paean to the possibility of creating a culture that will operate to sustain itself, even when the AIC is not there practicing his jerkiness.
There is no roughness or JERKINESs to the gear changes and the power comes in smartly as the throttle is floored.
Eeriness exacerbated by the scene's stop-motion-animation jerkiness, the camera pans down to reveal the pile of shorn hair covering the woman's bare feet.
The automatic gearbox is always in the right ratio but the jerkiness of this form of transmission doesn't make for the most relaxed progress.
Although these algorithms provide acceptable visual quality in the absence of motions, they can produce motion jerkiness and ghosting artifacts of moving objects.
We all have some jerkiness in us, I suppose, and it just needs the right time and place to come out.
Eager, a strong burst of power right at the beginning does make for jerkiness in some situations, like stop-go traffic.
In his review of Chaplin's The Great Dictator in Time and Tide (1940), Orwell implies that he has seen "all his films," which "have a kind of jerkiness, an impression of being tied together with bits of string.
American over-tension and jerkiness and breathlessness and intensity and
Even without words, the jerkiness of the camera eloquently expresses the reality of siege and imprisonment.
Plus arm speed with some jerkiness makes delivery not easy to read.
The movements machines demand of their users already have the violent, hard-hitting, unresting jerkiness of Fascist maltreatment" (2005, p.