STRESS


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AcronymDefinition
STRESSStructural Engineering System Solver (programming language)
STRESSStop the Robberies, Enjoy Safe Streets (Detroit Police specialized crime unit)
STRESSSystematic Testing of Realtime Embedded Software Systems
STRESSSystematic Testing of Robustness by Evaluation of Synthesized Scenarios
STRESSStop the Robberies and Ensure Safe Shopping (Marion County, Florida)
STRESSStop the Robberies and Ensure A Safe Season (Ocala, Florida)
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At times I suffer from the strangest sense of detachment from myself and the world about me; I seem to watch it all from the outside, from some- where inconceivably remote, out of time, out of space, out of the stress and tragedy of it all.
In particular I laid stress on the gravitational difficulty.
Proving is difficult to him; he layeth great stress on one's BELIEVING him.
You lay too much stress on your devotion for me to value it much," she responded in the same jesting tone, involuntarily listening to the sound of Vronsky's steps behind them.
I never met anybody personally concerned in this affair, the interest of which for us was, of course, not the bad weather but the extraordinary complication brought into the ship's life at a moment of exceptional stress by the human element below her deck.
These suffixes are called, stress-shifting suffixes, these two suffixes, cial/tial and ic have an effect on moving word stress to the second from first syllable, that is the second syllable carry stress in tri-syllabic stems.
At one end is a belief that stress is everywhere and, therefore, we should just get over it.
Figure 1 (right) shows the edge stress distribution.
People who cope with stress by engaging in unhealthy behaviors and lifestyles--like overeating and drinking--regardless of the time of year, may alleviate symptoms of stress in the short term, but end up creating significant health problems in the long run and, ironically, more stress," explains Russ Newman, executive director for professional practice.
Stress can cause brain changes similar to those caused by drug addiction.
There are different levels of stress: Short-term stress can cause uncomfortable physical reactions, but can also help you to focus.
Any one microcrack alone is not enough to cause a stress fracture.