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Psychiatry lacking restraint in the expression of feelings, esp in having delusions of grandeur or being inclined to overvalue oneself or one's work
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Yet it was only in the 1930s that the courts began interpreting the Commerce Clause expansively.
First published in 1995, this revised, updated edition has been expansively rewritten and is a pick for any Christian collection.
Irwin expansively describes the wide variety of American Indian movements that have resisted the European invasion over the past half millennium, establishing a framework for their con structive comparative analysis.
The Stanford volumes obviously will be more inclusive, but they are also expertly, meticulously, and expansively annotated, a gift for Jeffers' readers.
Once again, it is a spread by spread depiction of all the various places and associated activities the family involves itself in, all of which is expansively mapped out on the endpapers.
Banks which have given out credit less expansively and operate in a narrower market niche are experiencing fewer losses, or are even still making some profit, however small" said the analyst.
Wales and Australia play similar styles - we both try to play expansively," said 90 times-capped Wales flanker Williams.
The story adds, "In a Wednesday meeting with a group of newsroom leaders, Black pushed his audience to think expansively about what the paper needs and what it can eliminate.
And let's get this straight - when George Burley spoke so expansively about the 17-year-old's potential, he was responding to a question, not leading a debate.
Now the opposition is the limits of our own imagination: Can we think creatively enough and expansively enough to match the magnitude of the economic crisis?
It expansively covers three major areas students and professionals are concerned with today: education, training and careers.
She reprises Kahn's signature character, a circuits-fried free spirit who converses expansively, combatively, with an unseen cameraman (Dodge).