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jerks

(jerks),
Chorea or any form of tic.

jerks

a form of choreomania, or morbid desire to make rhythmic movements, sometimes associated with emotional fervor.

jerks

(jĕrks)
Chorea or any form of tic.
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It was just like, this is just a jerk, this is not even a guy politically motivated, it's just some total random thing.
Owner Kelsey Ingram says Alaskan Soda Jerk is a merger of fond childhood memories consuming flavored sodas in Texas and a thirteen-year history of bartending and being a vendor at various Alaska fairs and festivals, all set to 1950s music and themes.
4 JME begins in the second decade of life with myoclonic jerks (MJ) and in most of patients generalized tonic clonic seizures (GTCS) are found.
They left it entirely up to me, although the guidelines for the series stated each subject had to be a jerk at least 50 years ago,'' Della Valle said of his selections.
You mention in your book that companies such as Southwest Airlines and Intel have instituted "no jerks rules".
While the behavior of jerks might be less destructive than the very toxic, aggressive behavior of bullies and saboteurs, it can be just as difficult to cope with in the work environment.
Amy's aide ordered almost every thing on the menu from rice and peas to jerk chicken," said one diner.
Toxic behavior can range from the very serious bullying and sabotage of very destructive people to the annoying and hard to cope behavior of just plain jerks.
Last September, Dalgraad listed the milestones that his company achieved: real usage by 2 million employees, in 18 languages and in 139 countries worldwide; growth at three times that of their nearest competitor; almost 100 per cent customer referenceability; low employee turnover and no jerks.
Nystagmus occurs when the eye involuntarily jerks around, causing the person to feel that the world is "wiggling.
There were a number of jerks and with each one she was being moved down the table.
But very few people are correctly diagnosed with the condition which causes knee jerks, leg movement and a burning sensation.