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Disorderliness on roads also leads to the several mortality cases we have around in the country.
Public consumption of alcohol will earn 95 euros; public urination, public disorderliness and littering will each draw a fine of 140 euros.
In the temperament dimension, novelty seeking (NS) was divided into 4 subscales (NS1: exploratory excitability, NS2: impulsiveness, NS3: extravagance, NS4: disorderliness); and harm avoidance (HA) was divided into 4 subscales (HA1: anticipatory worry, HA2: fear of uncertainty, HA3: shyness, HA4: fatigability); and reward dependence (RD) was divided into 3 subscales (RD1: sentimentality, RD3: attachment, RD4: dependence).
The conference also points out that minimal interagency coordination amongst actors involved either peripherally or directly with elections management created some degree of confusion and disorderliness for the elections.
The book includes numerous examples of the tyranny of the generals and the disorderliness of the Caucasus government.
It stressed upon the importance of following safety instructions, the correct means of evacuation, without panic and disorderliness.
Parliamentary debates on issues for the session can and do remain robust and uncompromising without proceedings descending into chaos and disorderliness. Ill-discipline, chaos and disorderliness are the very antithesis of good Parliamentary practice and the decorum with which the House is clothed.
The factors associated with both current and future binge drinking include romantic and sexual relationship life events (which also might result from getting drunk), novelty seeking, disorderliness, extravagance, and conscientiousness.
The negative effects of ball milling may be resulting from three aspects: (1) the decreased cell volume makes the entering of hydrogen atom into interstitial site in lattice more difficult; (2) the missing sharp edges of particles cut the paths for fast transfer of hydrogen; (3) the increased disorderliness of microstructure goes against the occupation of hydrogen.
Within the hyperorganized museum space, which classifies and archives, these askance walls divert the grid, undermining its logical conceptual system and architecture; they introduce disorientation and disorderliness from within.
The realist school of thought anchors the perennial challenges of insecurity, particularly in Africa on the concept of security dilemma created by the overt disorderliness witnessed in the international security system.
For today's shocking way of life and world disorderliness has taken over the neat ambience of the past.