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Seeing our own faces and gestures several hours a day on video is stressful and taxing, Bailenson said.
The afternoons are for “emails and other sorts of less taxing but important work.”
That’s particularly likely during something as emotionally taxing as a pandemic.
You should be an avid PC gamer with a really strong graphics card and a 500 to a 750-watt power source because this resolution can be quite taxing on your system.
Switching to remote work meant more comfortable footwear for around the house, less movement around the office, and less taxing meetings.
Shallow-water shrimping is more the norm, as it's less taxing on the body and an ideal fun family activity.
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Dorothy said this with a faint hope that her visitors might depart without taxing Mrs. Chester to provide them a meal.
DOROTHY AT SKYRIEEVELYN RAYMOND
The only power which such men as Washington and Franklin denied to the Imperial legislature was the power of taxing.
Natal, a British colony, protected its sugar by taxing the sugar that came from another British colony, Mauritius.
The plea set up for taxing us in order to support him is that his sword protects us, and enables us to live in peace and security.

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