At both the policy-making level and the day-to-day community level, there is a pronounced and explicit effort to establish the link between public health and the environment, a link that designers and planners of earlier centuries capitalized upon intuitively
This research probably confirms what most runners know intuitively
about overtraining and getting injured.
The first alternative presented to the subjects is intuitively
"incorrect"--in selecting it, the decision maker reduces the penalty for the more culpable worker and discharges the less culpable worker.
If none of the writers were eyewitnesses to the multicultural insurrection, they know only intuitively
what it means and how it might happen again.
Among the adjectives which intuitively
do not seem associated with depression that the majority used to describe themselves are the following: mature, lovable, intelligent, secure, unselfish, honest, witty, stable, sociable, friendly, brave, reputable, optimistic, trustworthy, reliable, sane, contented, not frightened, alert, courteous, congenial, industrious, realistic, approachable, having a positive self-concept, independent, confident, competent, happy, organized, sincere, enthusiastic, and kind.
Her decision made, she yanks him bodily from the doctor's waiting room, out the door and into a future that he intuitively
understands will be a precarious existence at best: Squid does not have a guardian angel to shield him from his future.
Medicine For The Earth is intuitively
informative and invaluably helpful for its readers, and is a very strongly recommended read for everybody with some intent to cleanse their system and surroundings of the wasteful and damaging energy that may otherwise cause severe harm.
The uncomfortable sense of the familiar rendered strange--of a language once intuitively
understood now spoken in curiously oblique tones--seems at the heart of von Plessen's enterprise.
The plot moves well and the vocabulary and cultural references unique to this world are either easily explained within the text or intuitively
Ryan of the University of Texas at Austin calls the notion that outrageous male ornaments signal good genes "a very intuitively
pleasing argument," but, he laments, "there's only a handful of demonstrations.