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he subsequent erratic driving amounts to an involuntary act.
Thus, an involuntary action need not be a reflex if it is not a
y known as the withdrawal reflex; a type of involuntary action of the body to remove the body part
This is the opposite of an involuntary action.
When involuntary actions occur in response to a specific sti
m is used to describe forcible or otherwise involuntary acts that differ from the crime of rape, in
atholic theologians, demonic assault can be involuntary and allowed by God to test a person (for mo
This process is involuntary and results in the loss of energy, depresse
ted rule should insulate from liability the involuntary and unknowing human experimentation alleged
His power to occupy minds is involuntary, and when it happens, he overwhelms those h
municipality, they would not be subject to involuntary annexation by nearby cities (which for seve
of Beethoven's Sixth Symphony (Pastoral)-an involuntary artistic choice that became necessary when
ons folded in 1942, being forced to declare involuntary bankruptcy owing its creditors some $175,00
ased the partially finished hotel out of an involuntary bankruptcy proceeding commenced against the
In a bold move, Mr. Ayscough filed an involuntary bankruptcy petition against Aubrey in the B
Stelarc Parasite: Event for Invaded and Involuntary Body, at the 1997 Ars Electronica Festival
Some responses are involuntary, but may be also generated by free will, li
Behavior change, a rapid and involuntary change of behavior associated with a mental
ed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, converting to involuntary Chapter 7 on February 28, 1999.
and that their duty to protect includes the involuntary commitment of a dangerous individual; simpl
Its early focus was on involuntary commitment procedures.
His involuntary commitment and the period that followed did
in late January after about eleven weeks of involuntary commitment and returned to the streets.
ing mental illness, including by the use of involuntary commitment powers
If the delusion results in imprisonment or involuntary commitment, the person may feel justified i
ce station, after which he was sentenced to involuntary commitment.
stablish criminal proceedings and therefore involuntary confinement under it is not punishment.
Taliban foot-soldier, but stated he was an involuntary conscript.
of smooth muscle, so therefore it is under involuntary control.
s to Dexter for advice, who then becomes an involuntary counselor between the two.
A voluntary program is in place and involuntary cuts may come along later in the year as De
ed as a medical term to describe particular involuntary dance-like movements of the body in disease
control, nausea, convulsions, fainting, and involuntary defecation and urination.
Involuntary demonic assault, according to these theolog
The OHCHR Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances has registered about 46,000
tate, the non-profit organization underwent involuntary dissolution on April 11, 2008.
fice have acknowledged that the practice of involuntary DNS hijacking contravenes PECR, and EC Dire
So for example, if involuntary euthanasia of patients with a future filled
The Baker Act allows for involuntary examination (what some call emergency or in
ker Act") is a Florida statute allowing for involuntary examination of an individual.
Florida performed the first involuntary execution after the Supreme Court, in the 1
Souques' sign: Involuntary extension and spreading of the fingers when
y were in a normal state of health, had had involuntary extrasensory impressions.
Involuntary eye movement, as elicited by Bell's phenome
Symptoms can also include rapid involuntary eye movements (nystagmus), ataxia, progress
evocation of demons to do one's bidding or involuntary handywork, but describes how one might summ
Like Goat, he is an expert in involuntary hypnosis.
A cram down or cramdown is the involuntary imposition by a court of a reorganization p
ted having his suicidal impulses treated by involuntary injections with extremely powerful, long-la
other community placement), a petition for involuntary inpatient placement (what some call civil c
es this lizard has become naturalized after involuntary introduction by ship trade between the two
entially world-wide, in some cases aided by involuntary introduction by humans.
Involuntary jerks, tremors, shaking, itching, tingling,
heartbeat [and] is so manipulative that the involuntary jolts of adrenaline it produces make you fe
ad manager, were charged with 200 counts of involuntary manslaughter - two per death, because they
se Woodward, contentiously convicted of the involuntary manslaughter of a child in her care in Mass
Paul Shipley is found guilty on a charge of involuntary manslaughter and is placed on probation.
officials pleaded no contest to charges of involuntary manslaughter and were sentenced to prison.
e murder which carries 30 years to life and involuntary manslaughter which carries 0 to 5 years.
of Reading, Massachusetts was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in 2002 after he attacked Mich
f "Jeb Ames" were charged with the crime of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Tina Louise's
t train was being investigated for "alleged involuntary manslaughter" and was under suspicion of fa
twice Massachusetts' suggested sentence for involuntary manslaughter) because of the egregiousness
's murder charge was going to be reduced to involuntary manslaughter, since there was no malicious
Convicted December 22, 2002 - Involuntary manslaughter.
ub owner Barney Welansky being convicted of involuntary manslaughter.
stead to convict him of the lesser crime of involuntary manslaughter.
In order to avoid an involuntary marriage to any of the hated by her pehliva
nment, commitment to a mental hospital, and involuntary medication.
and religious exaltation, flashes of vivid involuntary memory and acute psychoses”.
Soviet research on involuntary memory significantly influenced psychologic
From this philosophical root, involuntary memory has become a part of modern psycholo
Involuntary memory is a conception of human memory in w
Despite the early recognition of involuntary memory, such as by Ebbinghaus, mainstream (
An example of involuntary mixed franking is when Germany took over Au
tes at the age of 11 to treat nystagmus, an involuntary movement of the eyes.
e defendant examined the child and observed involuntary movements of the upper limbs based on which
d are seen in all members of a species, but involuntary movements may not be.
nteraction between mental processes and the involuntary movements of the body.
Tolterodine tartate - an involuntary muscle relaxant and spasmolytic agent, used
disorder only affects voluntary muscles, so involuntary muscles such as the heart or muscles involv
s Ani.-Around the anus is a thin stratum of involuntary muscular fiber, which radiates from the ori
psychiatry, Baillarger did research on the involuntary nature of hallucinations and the dynamics o
control Essential Tremor and other types of involuntary neurological tremors.
He is more an involuntary observer than participant in the events tha
d reviews of the admission and treatment of involuntary or voluntary patients into institutions.
The involuntary outpatient placement language in the Baker
Although Dennison was an involuntary participant, she won over the judges and to
ssumed a variety of roles in Doctor Who, as involuntary passengers, as assistants (particularly Liz
On February 18, 2011, an involuntary petition for liquidation under Chapter 7 wa
to restrain people who are suffering from involuntary physical spasms, to prevent them from hurti
States, and that the defendant's "legal but involuntary presence" on U.S. soil (a direct result of
to the use of Norplant for any coercive or involuntary purpose" and would lead the opposition to u
s such as diminished muscle tone, weakness, involuntary rapid eye movements, vision loss, and seizu
e of European and North American studies on involuntary remembering in children (e.g. by Meacham, M
dential Commission of Inquiry in respect of Involuntary Removal and Disappearances of Persons in th
chanisms by which neurons can generate this involuntary rhythm are still not completely understood
A pseudohallucination is an involuntary sensory experience vivid enough to be regar
This involuntary separation helped the brothers form a bond
e retroactive pay of $500 for each month of involuntary service beyond original discharge dates - a
2001 and arrested Lee in American Samoa for involuntary servitude and forced labor; he was escorted
That the further introduction of slavery or involuntary servitude be prohibited, except for the pun
oclamation and then back into the shadow of involuntary servitude in the 20th century.
ever, some find themselves in situations of involuntary servitude when faced with restrictions on m
nt Abraham Lincoln signed an act abolishing involuntary servitude in the District of Columbia.
en and women trafficked for the purposes of involuntary servitude and commercial sexual exploitatio
federal grand jury, for 22 counts including involuntary servitude, extortion, money laundering, fal
e shall be no slavery in this State, and no involuntary servitude, except for the punishment of cri
e subject to exploitation and conditions of involuntary servitude.
"special settlements" (спецпоселения) (see Involuntary settlements in the Soviet Union).
e association deals with both voluntary and involuntary sex workers - such as those trafficked from
Toshiya's body went into involuntary shock, and was temporarily hospitalized.
lly, refugee migration to Sheikh Radwan was involuntary since Israeli authorities demolished over 2
lavery movement to argue not simply against involuntary slavery but against any explicit or implied
Retroperistalsis is the reverse of the involuntary smooth muscle contractions of peristalsis.
movement-based tics, while phonic tics are involuntary sounds produced by moving air through the n
of the plane in turbulence, resulting in an involuntary steep descent which created aerodynamic loa
trict immigration from Mexico and carry out involuntary sterilizations of mostly poor women, define
In humans it can be voluntary or involuntary, the latter being due to a small number of
s the satisfaction of a desire through such involuntary thought processes such as dreams, daydreams
The involuntary transfer was approved by the FCC on March 2
On April 17, 1992, the station reported the involuntary transfer of control of Hyden Broadcasting f
one no longer violates the will of God, for involuntary transgressions remain.
angerousness to the self or others prior to involuntary treatment for mental disorders.
ctitioner must approach a magistrate for an Involuntary Treatment Order (ITO).
im to see the punishment meted out, and the involuntary usurper was executed.
a sunshine-especially when the Boys take an involuntary visit to Alcatraz!
Enuresis is defined as involuntary voiding of urine beyond the age of anticipa
te muscle regrowth in disorders which cause involuntary weight loss.
or reactions of people, but as a consistent involuntary witness of his own "pious hypocrisy".
e, as in athetotic cerebral palsy, which is involuntary writhing movements caused by prenatal or pe
                                                                                                   


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