overdemanding

overdemanding

(ˌəʊvədɪˈmɑːndɪŋ)
adj
excessively demanding
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On a more charitable interpretation, the view put forward is concerned with prima facie duties to admit, i.e., with a prima facie case for protecting an individual by admission rather than by other forms of protection--even if, all things considered, it would be overdemanding to admit all for whom admission is prima facie preferable.
As a result, a depressive individual (a) predicts that current difficulties or suffering will continue indefinitely, making long-term predictions (negative view of the future), (b) attributes adverse events to personal psychological, moral, or physical defects (negative view of self) and (c) tends to see the world as overdemanding and / or providing insurmountable obstacles to achieve life goals (negative view of world).
Singles have good love chances though Saturn and Pluto will push Virgo to be overdemanding in love and to put forth a lot of difficult conditions and requirements, always demanding strong guarantees for success.
Sometimes, teaching is carried out under unfavorable circumstances; in which teacher mobilize their physical, cognitive, and emotional capacity to reach the teaching productive objectives, overdemanding, or generating over the effort of their psychophysiological functions.
The advantage of using SHI administrative claims data for this information is, among others, the avoidance of recall bias (eg, considering service utilization) and the avoidance of an overdemanding questionnaire (see SHI Administrative Claims Data section).
The popular idea that overdemanding work increases the risk of heart attacks has been confirmed by new research.
Concerns over survey construction may also appear because items can fall prey to issues of vague terms, social desirability, and overdemanding recall.
Raine is the overdemanding actress, while Stefan is the inept, clumsy character who must discover his true potential.
Other states would not have a reason to interfere with such a fiscally overdemanding state.
The views they [the service users] render are not reliable, and sometimes overdemanding....
Negligence can cover a range of items from ignoring regular servicing requirements through to an overdemanding diary that requires sales staff to speed between visits.