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denoting or relating to a part of the human mind that is aware of a person's self, environment, and mental activity and that to a certain extent determines his choices of action
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Russell begins his discussion by citing the recent (1988) schism from the Roman Catholic Church by the French Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre as an example of the alienation of contemporary Europeans from a religious institution which has consciously sought to de-ethnicize itself from its European roots, and ends it with the observation that the "disassociation" of Christian churches from their European "heritage" may account for the disassociation of many Europeans from those churches and "possibly from Christianity itself.
In many cases the care provider now controls the recipient's lifestyle and daily schedule, consciously or not.
I've been in the security space for nearly 10 years and Cambia is the only company in the compliance and policy enforcement segment that has consciously built a product that works the way most large corporations work," said Salerno.
They may have consciously -uncoupled a few months ago - but they seem to be recoupling now.
Living Consciously Dying Gracefully: A Journey With Cancer and Beyond is a memoir reminiscing about and paying tribute to nursing professor Diane Manahan, a courageous, warm and loving woman.
Fine, a psychologist, nevertheless examines a side of our brains that few people focus on or are consciously aware of: the side that distorts reality.
Rather than envisaging the past as a single narrative, it conceives it as set of memories consciously disconnected yet bound together by certain themes.
His work, which relies on a collage of assorted styles and periods of architecture, takes on a ruined appearance--the cheap materials notwithstanding, he consciously adds a distressed, disorganized appearance to both his paintings and his sculptures--permitting an examination of the way memory abstracts and contemporizes iconic structures.
Transgenders can include a number of sub-categories which, among others, include transsexuals, cross-dressers, transvestites, consciously androgynous people, drag kings and drag queens.
I ask the question consciously and subconsciously about much of what goes on in teaching.
Consciously or not, much of the media lump liberal politicians in the pro-adultery camp, while conservatives get the anti-adultery tag.
The question is, do you breathe on purpose, consciously, throughout the day?