They had been warned by Mark Hall of the enervation
of the south, and were bound north for their blanket climate.
Equaling the trajectory of killing, the coercive enervation
of the Kashmiris is nothing but an attempt to stall their resistance.
Violence incidents lead to long-lasting adverse effects on health care professionals, such as enervation
, loss of labor, reduction in job satisfaction, anxiety, stress disorder, feeling of insecurity, depression, alcohol abuse, smoking, suicide, and deterioration in interpersonal relations (8-13).
Whatever the reservations concerning privacy and Fourth Amendment enervation
, it is widely conceded--even by critics--that Section 702 (and its operative programs, PRISM and upstream) is central to US foreign surveillance and intelligence.
Meister had already sounded out with his first book, Ausstellung (Exhibition), published in 1932, a work depicting ironized states of extreme stasis and enervation
in tune with the earlier Die Brucke artists (Kirchner, Bleyl, Heckel) and announcing a kind of dramatically framed alienation often captured in mannerist distortion of bodily postures.
Quixote's knightly armor creaks and rattles in a materialist touch that, unlike Bresson in Lancelot du lac (1974), Serra intends not as a correction to the conventional tropes of medievalist cinema but merely as an absurdist jape--a hint of the antichivalric irony that Cervantes nurtures through hundreds of pages but which the nascent director fails to sustain in his exercise in enervation
Second, they drew upon related medical theories of enervation
, which characterized Indian males as prone to "weakness" for reasons of the climate, lack of exercise, moral shortcomings and exposure to various illnesses.
quipped a wag behind me at the feeble applause greeting the final credits of The Human Surge -- and the film is admittedly heavy going but increasingly magical, a fuzzy reverie drifting from Argentina to Mozambique to the Philippines, following its characters in nausea-inducingly shaky shots then tending to linger to the point of enervation
Multiculturalism aims at termination or at least enervation
of the exclusion mechanism, namely enforcement of the inclusion mechanism.
14) Part of the reason for the popularity of the First World War at its outbreak was a sense of such conflict as invigorating, a healthy respite from the enervation
and feminization of an increasingly urban, industrial society.
Negative: Boredom, stagnation, blandness, enervation
This is supported by earlier work showing that modern, intensive systems cause chronic enervation
and boredom in pigs (Wood-Gush and Beilharz, 1983; Wood-Gush and Vestergaard 1989).