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At SDPD, one officer who knocked his wife unconscious remains on the force and was even allowed to continue responding to domestic violence calls.
For Jung’s studies of the impact of the collective unconscious on the psyche, including the roles of dreams and fantasies, he sought out subjects with vivid recall.
She spent another three weeks in the intensive care unit, mostly unconscious, where she suffered a stroke.
Officers arrived to find the man unconscious and not breathing.
Police said they responded to a report of an unconscious man.
He pointed to an incident this past summer, when a group of beachgoers in western Kazakhstan bludgeoned a seal until it was unconscious to take a picture with it.
Tuman blames unconscious bias and the false idea that working from home means working less.
We train managers to understand the issues team members from different backgrounds may face and have courses to help employees counter unconscious bias.
Instead of seeing dreams as a window into the unconscious, our souls, you’re saying they’re just keeping the visual cortex active.
Lorelai is convinced on some deep, unconscious level that once Rory has sex Lorelai will lose her the way Emily lost Lorelai, but she keeps trying to convince herself that she’s okay with the concept.
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