(1) The first was a passive avoidance task in which the chicks were allowed to peck at a green training stimulus (a small light-emitting diode, LED) coated in the bitter liquid, methylanthranilate, giving rise to a strong disgust response and consequent avoidance of the green stimulus.
(2) Black males with low intentions to use condoms reported significantly more negative attitudes about the use of condoms (eg, using condoms is disgusting) and reacted with more intense anger when their partners asked about previous sexual contacts, when a partner refused sex without a condom, or when they perceived condoms as interfering with foreplay and sexual pleasure.
(3) He praised the obvious disgust of local people in parts of south and west Manchester, where gang problems have been concentrated.
(4) That's completely and utterly grotesque and, no matter how proud we all are in the labour movement that the minimum wage exists, not a single day goes by that we shouldn't be disgusted with ourselves for that.
(5) Charlie Morris described the column as "vile and disgusting", adding that she hoped the writer "gets the sack".
(6) The Fifa ethics investigator who spent 18 months and £6m compiling a report into the controversial 2018 and 2022 World Cup bidding race has quit his post in disgust, departing with a broadside against the organisation’s culture and practices.
(7) He is also a vocal proponent of the benefit cap , finding it disgusting that some families can claim more in benefits than the average person earns, even while he finds it intolerable that he can only claim in accommodation expenses £2,000 more than the cap .
(8) However, among 27 patients examined by means of intracranial EEG recordings, it was evident that a disgust expression occurred with oro-alimentary automatisms at the beginning of mesial temporal lobe seizures, whereas a happy one occurred without oro-alimentary automatisms at the beginning of lateral temporal lobe seizures.
(9) 2.09pm GMT Hester: it disgusts and deeply depresses me RBS has issued a video clip of its chief executive, Stephen Hester, talking about today's fines.
(10) A spokesperson for Boycott Workfare, a grassroots organisation that has campaigned to stop forced unpaid work schemes, said the move was disgusting.
(11) He adds that he's "disgusted" at planned cuts to housing benefit, which he believes will result in greater homelessness.
(12) Ivens's apology was issued after a meeting with Jewish community organisations including the Board of the Deputies of British Jews, which had complained to the Press Complaints Commission on Sunday, describing the cartoon as "appalling" and "all the more disgusting" for being published on Holocaust Memorial Day, "given the similar tropes levelled against Jews by the Nazis".
(13) During the first Republican presidential debate, Kelly questioned whether Trump had the temperament for the job, given that he had called women he disliked “fat pigs, dogs, slobs and disgusting animals” in the past.
(14) And while Altmejd presents sexual scenes of cartoonish horror and disgust, Lucas's art has embraced lavatorial humour, abjection, self-denigration, the pithy sculptural one-liner and the obscene gesture.
(15) Far from being disgusted with her physicality, Ruskin – a rigorous Christian and idealist – felt anxious and subconsciously betrayed by the realisation that his love for Effie was a one-sided affair.
(16) According to the New York Times , he told its reporter Emily Steel that if he did not approve of her resulting article “I’m coming after you with everything I have,” adding: “You can take it as a threat.” The 65-year-old anchor – who earlier dismissed the Mother Jones article as “total bullshit”, “disgusting”, “defamation” and “a piece of garbage” – had promised that the archive tapes would comprehensively disprove the charges against him.
(17) However, the barrister says they could link up with others in Northern Ireland and Britain, such as the Occupy movement and UK Uncut, who are equally disgusted at the banks' behaviour during this long recession.
(18) Disgusting.” Shame worked on me where the fear of distant, hacking death had failed.
(19) The items included normal adult foods and exemplars of different adult rejection categories: disgust (e.g.
(20) His staunch refusal to sell his nine hectares of land needed for the development angered Trump, who described the piece of land as "disgusting".
(n.) The state or quality of being patient; the power of suffering with fortitude; uncomplaining endurance of evils or wrongs, as toil, pain, poverty, insult, oppression, calamity, etc.
(n.) The act or power of calmly or contentedly waiting for something due or hoped for; forbearance.
(n.) Constancy in labor or application; perseverance.
(n.) Sufferance; permission.
(n.) A kind of dock (Rumex Patientia), less common in America than in Europe; monk's rhubarb.
(1) Hopefully it could be just a week 7.03pm Michel texts Adam Smith thanks for your patience today 9.31pm Michel texts Adam Smith are you publishing the Slaughters and May opinion tomorrow?
(2) He has frequently tested the patience of Japan's conservative sumo authorities with his disdain for the rules of engagement in the ring and his bad behaviour off it.
(3) This is a community where readers' patience for mediocrity is measured in seconds not minutes," added Thomson, the former Times editor who moved to New York to run the WSJ at the end of 2007 following Rupert Murdoch's acquisition of the paper's publisher, Dow Jones.
(4) Benteke continued to test Anfield’s patience but created the third with a measured pass to Teixeira, who made no mistake from 12 yards.
(5) Facebook Twitter Pinterest Obama’s thank-you notes 1) Red Hot Chili Peppers Carpool Karaoke Bare talent 2) Thank You Notes with President Obama Love, Potus 3) Irish fans serenade nun on train with ‘Our Father’ chant Lauding a sister 4) Disappointed guinea pig Pet lip 5) 10 Confusing Famous Movie Endings Finally explained All’s well that ends well 6) Pete’s Dragon - Official US Trailer Breathing new life into a classic 7) Brexit’s Farage Flotilla: The Movie Water carry on 8) Patience - 4k timelapse movie Beauty speeded up
(6) It’s something I’ve wanted ever since I’ve lived in the area.” A man who has kept his family home on Teesside since taking charge of Middlesbrough has required patience.
(7) Here's more details and reaction: Marco Incerti (@MarcoInBxl) #Berlusconi more than 50 trials.. blabla... etc, judges have drawn my name in the mud, took up my time, my patience, huge economic resources September 18, 2013 Marco Incerti (@MarcoInBxl) #Berlusconi , ridicolous sentence to 4 years, for tax evasion that I didn't commit, and even if I did would be minor.
(8) They could be playing these people – Morales, Chesimard – off as pawns.” While Cuba was once an attractive destination for criminals, revolutionaries and skyjackers – 34 of 62 American plane hijackers flew to Cuba in 1969 – Fidel Castro lost patience with the swarm as early as the 70s.
(9) Other zookeepers quickly pulled Patience away from Bradford but he had been killed instantly, Scott said.
(10) This overtaxes the attention, mechanical memory, and patience of the brain injured pupil.
(11) David, Marcelo and Simon are thrilled by the initial outpouring of support we’ve received from our fans and we’re excited about sharing our plans with the city, county and community soon.” The accord comes after almost 18 months of haggling with city lawmakers over the potential location, which had tested the patience of MLS officials and threatened to derail the hopes of an MLS franchise ever coming to the city.
(12) Mandelson believes Cameron is underestimating the patience of Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, who is keen for Britain to remain one of the key members of the EU.
(13) Parents should discipline their children with love, understanding, patience and tolerance.
(14) He requires patience, understanding, and repeated explanations to allay his apprehension and anxiety.
(15) A little more patience would have yielded a better result,” Bush said.
(16) Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, has some sympathy for Cameron, but her patience is not endless.
(17) Photograph: Da Capo Lifelong Books This is why I have no patience for anyone who insists that women must learn self-defense moves and memorize lists of specious advice to prevent our own victimization.
(18) Brando directed once - on One-Eyed Jacks (1959) - before boredom and sourness took over, but seldom had the patience, the stamina or the courage to be master of his own fate.
(19) Fulham is a team that defends well but we played well, we were a balanced team and we had patience.
(20) I don’t want any more shots.’” Facebook Twitter Pinterest Patience Carter describes being held hostage during Orlando shooting 2.06am Mina Justice was asleep at home when she woken by a text message from her 30-year-old son, Eddie.