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lucidity

 [loo-sid´ĭ-te]
clearness of mind. adj., adj lu´cid.

lu·cid·i·ty

(lū-sid'i-tē),
The quality or state of being lucid.

lu·cid·i·ty

(lū-sid'i-tē)
The quality or state of being lucid.

lu·cid·i·ty

(lū-sid'i-tē)
The quality or state of being lucid.
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"We look forward to additional research in this area, such as better characterization of lucidity in its varying presentations, new instruments or methods to assess episodes of lucidity retrospectively or in real-time, tools to analyse speech patterns or other behavioural manifestations of lucidity, and evidence to inform decision-making challenges and opportunities prompted by unexpected lucidity," researchers assert.
Results: There was no significant difference in mean total lucidity score between females and males, but there were some significant sex differences in subscales of lucidity, and control was significantly higher in male students, while realism, thought, and dissociation were significantly higher in female students.
The takeover means Lucidity now forms part of a multi-national company that has 3,000 staff in 66 offices across 41 countries.
It may also be mentioned that the Minister of state also intends to pay such surprise visits in future also to check the working of the office and monitor the transparency and lucidity of the system.
Disbursement of money of Benazir Income Support Programme via post offices is carried with complete transparency and lucidity. Department has achieved 98% successful results in disbursing BISP money at door step of the needy across Pakistan.
With characteristic lucidity and insight, Krugman pursues answers to these questions.
"I wish him a long life and lasting lucidity, but I think that if the moment arrives when he sees that things are changing, I think he has the courage to resign."
So much for "lucidity," so much for "control" over an outcome streaming from one's "conscious will" to shape a <sub> "reality" / dream.
It's limited edition and comes in black or silver and filled with their Lucidity Pressed Powder, priced pounds 125.
Telecommunications Users Association has claimed that there is a need of bringing in more lucidity in the operations carried out by the various telecom giants in the nation.
"Mobilizing for a Palestinian state with all the attributes of sovereignty, justice and dignity will help the establishment of the Union and increase the chances to establish peace in the Middle-East," Andre Azoulay said in the 6th Paris Forum, convened this year to discuss the trilogy "Europe, USA and the Mediterranean." He also highlighted the "lucidity, realism and maturity of Euro-Mediterranean civil societies that contradict the institutional and political sensitiveness of Europe in handling the issue of peace in the Middle-East." Azoulay also described as "historical and positive rupture the ethical and responsible approach" developed by President Obama in his speech to the Muslim world in Cairo.
When in a rare moment of lucidity she reveals she has withheld his father's true identity, he seeks the help of her doctor in discovering the truth.