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Some small colleges and large universities, however, were able to push through the semester without an overload of cases, and are now at a crossroads over what to do for the holidays.
There has been a lot of discussion about how technology—for all its benefits including keeping us connected amid a time of social distancing—played its part in contributing to our confusion with cognitive overload and misinformation.
Exactly half of the subjects were classified as functionally overreaching, based on a significant decrease in their treadmill performance after the overload block.
Advice overload plagues everyone and founders have it especially bad, given that most startups have a board of advisors.
In a world of information overload, when any small question can easily give way to a flood of answers—some more reliable than others—the idea of quick, direct access to the correct one is particularly powerful.
In the meantime care should be taken not to overload the stomach.
Many of them had long since passed the red lines that marked the allowable overload point.
UNWISE CHILDGORDON RANDALL GARRETT
Mike the Angel knew that those points had been set low, but he also knew that they were approaching the real overload point.
UNWISE CHILDGORDON RANDALL GARRETT
And this was all on top of the ordinary human suffering, which did not abate one jot for all its overload.
THE CUP OF FURYRUPERT HUGHES
The Cerebral, lacking a large alimentary system, is not tempted to overload his stomach or overtax his vital organs.
HOW TO ANALYZE PEOPLE ON SIGHTELSIE LINCOLN BENEDICT AND RALPH PAINE BENEDICT

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