This favour was dispensed to you from under an overbearing scowl, which is the true expression of the great autocrat when he has made up his mind to give a battering to some ships and to hunt certain others home in one breath of cruelty and benevolence, equally distracting
Even at a small party, the company was a pleasure to behold; the richly varied hues of the assembly in a church or theatre are said to have more than once proved too distracting
for our greatest teachers and actors; but most ravishing of all is said to have been the unspeakable magnificence of a military review.
In our survey, teens who indicated that their parents used cellphones while driving were more likely to report participating in many of these distracting
d have a "driver mode" that blocks distracting
One of the studies showed that it is highly distracting
to use hands-free voice commands to dial phone numbers, call contacts, change music, and send texts with Microsoft Cortana, Apple Siri, and Google Now.
Despite deadly accidents because of such distracting
activities, many drivers have not changed their ways.
Taking a child's favourite toy, book or cassette could stop a distracting
temper tantrum caused by long periods of boredom.
Two new studies from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety and the University of Utah have found that hands-free, voice-activated infotainment systems in cars can still be distracting
Then why would we do those distracting
activities while performing the most dangerous activity most of us do--driving?
Others chat incessantly, a practice that, while legal for those 18 and over, can be very distracting
They were asked how often they had engaged in any of 10 distracting
behaviors--including talking on the phone, texting/surfing the Internet, using a navigation system, or reaching for the child or a toy--while driving with their child over the past month.
ONE in seven motorists has had a road accident or near-miss due to a distracting
"back-seat driver", a study has revealed.