We see an instance of Coleridge's liability to err
, in his 'Biographia Literaria'--professedly his literary life and opinions, but, in fact, a treatise de omni scibili et quibusdam aliis.
Yes, but do not persons often err
about good and evil: many who are not good seem to be so, and conversely?
Perhaps here lay the secret of the hardness he had accused himself of: he had too little fellow-feeling with the weakness that errs
in spite of foreseen consequences.
Coaches should be mindful, however, that athletes do not become overly conscious of their tendencies to err
short, because this may lead to the classical "chocking effect," which happens when athletes think too much about the skill they are about to perform and the possibility of failure.
has been angling for a new contract with the Football Association of Ireland for the past nine months, but the hesitation of chief executive John Delaney suggests that he may have bigger fish to fry.
731[R] consists almost exclusively of the glycosides rhaponticin and desoxyrhaponticin, the question was whether a fixed combination of these two glycosylated compounds has a similar effect on the ER activation.
731 has been available in Germany for several years, it is still relatively unknown on this side of the Atlantic, Dr.
towards the familiar and expected, even if cumbersome.
Societies that err
on the side of too much conformity lose the ability to innovate and adapt to changing conditions and, hence, they eventually fail.
That may be so, but the government has decided to err
on the side of caution.
But, as David Nirenberg has stunningly shown in Communities of Violence, we err
when we attempt to create teleologies of violence.
1) If Federal Reserve member banks gained deposits relative to nonmember banks, the ERR