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Distraction

Divination (See OMEN.)
Porlock
a “person from Porlock” interrupted Coleridge while he was recollecting the dream on which he based “Kubla Khan”. [Br. Lit.: Poems of Coleridge in Magill IV, 756]
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Sergeant Paul Mountford, of Merseyside Police's roads unit, said: "It seems many people still do not understand the dangers It seems still do not the dangers mobile phone distractions driving Sergeant Paul Merseyside of using a mobile phone, other handheld devices or other distractions while driving.
* KEEP IT CONSISTENT This type of progression, from introducing the command to training the command to adding distractions, should be done for everything you teach, including sit, whoa, heel, come and the introduction to gunfire.
Parents reported that distractions from their children had nearly caused accidents in a number of situations.
Often times these inner distractions are a result of engaging with heightened emotions; such as excitement or despair or obsession with certain things/events.
ALMOST half of parents want their children's school to ban mobile phones due to fears over safety and the distraction caused by gadgets, new research found.
Fortunately, strategies can be employed at different levels to best manage these disruptions and other distractions in order to maximize production.
There are three broad categories of distractions that affect driving concentration.
were followed, digital device distractions may also be minimized by imposing other multitasking behaviors in classrooms that can more strategically allocate students' cognitive resources14.
According to the RoadSafetyUAE website, other common distractions while driving include:
It takes all three types of distractions to text while driving.
Sometimes distractions come from internal and external factors, but other times they happen because we're not being challenged enough by our work.