Means and Standard Deviations of Self-Report Measures High health anxiety Blunter
Monitor (n = 17) (n = 16) STAI-T (a) 23.
According to Arrigo, one of the military psychologists was even blunter
, declaring: "We've taken an oath to our commander-in-chief.
It would have been better if she'd been a lot blunter
Certainly, the scale and textures of the coloured glass and wooden interior constructions resonate against the blunter
concrete structure, the GBQ having an unusual--and welcome--clarity of construction.
Project coordinator Thomas Rose, from the Fraunhofer FIT Institute, Germany, said national and regional authorities have had difficulties 'narrowcasting' specific environmental warnings to selected citizens, instead relying of the blunter
instrument of radio and television.
Lennox is blunter
about the effect on nurses of so much change within a short timeframe.
Although the dreadful early season weather has badly interfered with Yorkshire's preparations and led to players still searching for their best form, it is quite obvious that the bowling attack is much blunter
Sommers says his nephew had an even blunter
assessment: ``They sucked.
Sharper than they were against the Irish a fortnight ago - they could hardly have been blunter
- England even looked like world champions at times but the points simply wouldn't come although another Barkley penalty made it 16-9 at half-time.
Choose a brush with long, widely-spaced, plastic (not natural) bristle, as plastic bristles are smoother, blunter
Said Reid: "A few knives have been sharpened and now they will be blunter
On the other hand, More held "that `painted, polished speeches' sometimes conveyed nothing but folly, while wisdom was sometimes found in blunter