temporary stress

temporary stress

In a precast concrete member or in a component thereof, a stress which may occur during fabrication, erection, construction, or test loading.
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Each time employees turn to these temporary stress relievers, the APA concludes that the stress returns and often at even greater intensity.
It's important to differentiate between temporary stress that one knows will go away when a situation is resolved, and long-term or chronic stress.
In the North Sea region, ENTSO-E sees severe conditions, such as extreme wind, as possibly putting temporary stress on several parts of the network, notably in Germany.
The surprising finding suggests that in the process of becoming proficient at something, individuals may need to endure temporary stress to reap the happiness benefits associated with increased competency.
When we are finished or on the other side of something tough in our lives, something that has caused us temporary stress or angst, purposely turning our attention to those things that generate positive emotion help us to "Undo" the negative effect.
A small amount of temporary stress is good for us but too much can be damaging.
Before doing anything drastic, find out whether it is the job or the temporary stress of looking after a baby is the cause
This can be due to temporary stress in other parts of their life e.
Thankfully, most headaches are minor irritations, products of a lousy day, eye strain, fatigue or other temporary stress that fades with relaxation or pain relievers.
While higher heating oil prices create substantially greater working capital needs, the company has a strong liquidity position which should allow it to operate through temporary stress conditions even should heating oil prices spike to previous record levels of $4 to $5 per gallon.
The researchers knew that an individual's typing rhythm is distinctive and reasonably stable over time, but that it can change when we are under temporary stress.
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