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QUEASY

An early system on the IBM 701.

[Listed in CACM 2(5):16 (May 1959)].
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Acupressure may be used when the first feeling of abdominal sickness or queasiness occurs.
Pregnant women have found it quite effective in quelling queasiness.
Until recently, aged dads were exempt from the distaste, but now a queasiness has crept into descriptions of third-family, 60-year-old film stars playing with their toddlers.
The Chinese decision to respond so vigorously to India's forward policy in 1962, was because of Beijing's queasiness following the Great Leap Forward and similar famine-inducing disasters that it was vulnerable to overseas pressure.
Good for dramatic effect -- but bad if you're susceptible to queasiness or nausea at such times.
A former director of NASA's Sensorimotor Adaptation research team, Charles Oman who has studied the origins of motion sickness for over 15 years said that it takes a couple minutes of sustained stimulation to activate motion sickness, and it is harder to believe that a small screen like that of a phone or iPad can stimulate queasiness.
Then there are the ethical questions, and whether synthetic biologists will overcome the public queasiness about engineering life that genetic engineers have struggled with for decades.
There's no sugar-coating the queasiness induced by "The Houstons: On Our Own," slated to consist of 14 half-hour episodes featuring surviving members of the singer's family, including her daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown.
Corbin also needs to, "voice a little queasiness about this whole artistic enterprise" because the author, Michael A.
In a meeting with Prime Minister Ashraf, the ANP delegation led by Senator Haji Adeel shared their queasiness over the proposed legislation on dual nationality.
Whole wheat toast or dry, non-salty crackers quell morning queasiness.
The prospect of their entry into the fray should be causing queasiness for the Establishment big three of Romney, Pawlenty, and Jon Huntsman, none of whom has demonstrated even the capacity to generate faint sparks, let alone light a fire in the hearts of the Republican faithful," Heilemann writes.