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angst

(in Existentialist philosophy) the dread caused by man's awareness that his future is not determined but must be freely chosen
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Pain extends beyond tissue damage and hurt feelings, and includes the distress and existential angst we feel when we're uncertain or have just experienced something surreal," University of British Columbia researcher Daniel Randles, the lead author of (http://pss.
Ganapathi secretary ( West) in the ministry of external affairs expressed India's concern and angst in Indian society about the untimely and tragic death of Savita.
I like what I see, and see no justification for thinking in terms of Aussie angst.
After purchasing the Shop24 unit, Old Westbury partnered with its food service provider, Chartwells, and vending company Canteen to stock the unit with fresh food, Angst says.
Jozwik and Gist, a scientist and creative writer respectively, join forces to look at the connection between human angst and biological evolution in order to provide a basis for the reunion of the material and spiritual needs of humans.
Heidegger and a metaphysics of feeling; angst and the finitude of being.
He will work with Angst during a transition period that will last through the end of the year.
The Russian teen pop duo, who've so far made an incendiary little career for themselves by posing as lesbians and releasing a squalling anthem of girls-girl sexual angst, "All the Things She Said," are upping their own exploitation ante.
Most indie-rock signifiers of angst are dispensed with: no atmospheric tape hiss, no conspicuous use of the word "fuck," no urgency whatsoever.
Astrid, whiny and witchy, is experiencing teenage angst early.
Unfortunately, Suh's text contains more than enough angst on its own and could have used some light directorial touches to provide some needed variation to the proceedings.
Exploitation issues aside, Tatu's music simply doesn't translate well to American ears accustomed to scripted rebellion and canned angst.