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Yoshiro Mori, president of the Tokyo Olympic organizing committee, on Wednesday said women have an “annoying” tendency to make meetings run unnecessarily long in comments that he sought to retract Thursday.
Humans, too, developed a tendency to clump together in the face of danger.
I still very much have those tendencies to want to preserve anything that I think is important cultural information.
Meanwhile, Graham tried to pick up his future teammates’ tendencies and favorite shooting spots.
Leaders with authoritarian tendencies and social media don’t mix well.
When we’re afraid, we have a tendency to lash out, but I don’t think that means we are necessarily violent.
For people who fall into the other tendencies in Rubin’s framework, outer accountability might not work.
Even among serious trail runners, there’s sometimes a tendency to keep running at all costs, according to Jackson Brill, a Salomon-sponsored trail runner and graduate student in Rodger Kram’s Locomotion Laboratory at the University of Colorado.
That means having a high or low DBOE isn’t a tendency the defensive coordinator can easily obscure without some effort.
By gyroscopics, he refers to the way a gyroscope moves, especially its tendency to maintain its spin axis.

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