She answered, wanting to check unintended consequences--
But she hesitated to beg that he would keep entire silence on a subject which she had herself unnecessarily mentioned, not being used to stoop in that way; and while she was hesitating there was already a rush of unintended consequences under the apple-tree where the tea-things stood.
With an imperceptible smile, he accepted the unintended
compliment, but he felt a pang when he noticed that to her Aunt went the same affectionate, impetuous embrace that she had given to him at the station.
I glanced at all her clothing scattered about the room and hissed forcibly the warning "Perfect immobility"; noticing with relief that she didn't offer to move, though animation was returning to her and her lips had remained parted in an awful, unintended
effect of a smile.
What good I do, in the common sense of that word, must be aside from my main path, and for the most part wholly unintended
He is, in fact, but for his years and size, rather like a very impetuous baby "taking notice" eagerly and loudly, and requiring almost as much watching to keep him out of unintended
2) A substantial reduction in HC use would likely increase unintended
and mistimed pregnancies with a potential substantial negative impact on quality of life and personal/societal cost.
Births resulting from unintended
pregnancy are associated with a range of negative outcomes such as delayed prenatal care and increased risk of poor child health outcomes (Brown and Eisenberg 1995; Gipson, Koenig, and Hindin 2008; Cheng et al.
Government, businesses, groups, and organizations are all in the news because of the unintended
consequences of their actions or decisions.
Part of the firm's "Custom Core" strategies, Parametric's factor-based portfolios are constructed using active risk controls to deliver exposure to popular factors while managing risk, costs and unintended
THE RATE OF UNINTENDED
PREGNANCIES in the United States declined 18% between 2008 and 2011 after a long interval of minimal change, and it is now at the lowest level in 30 years, according to a report published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Because of the potential risks associated with Zika virus infection during pregnancy, CDC has recommended that health care providers discuss prevention of unintended
pregnancy with women and couples who reside in areas of active Zika virus transmission and do not want to become pregnant.