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In some, priming is all-important; in others, priming is disregarded.
In some, the snap judgments are based on methodical reasoning — as with a scientist who has broken facial expressions into discrete parts; in others, the snap-judgment process is formless and instinctive.
In some experiments, the environment matters a great deal; in others, the setting is a psychologist’s lab.
In some of his stories, it’s regular people who are making snap judgments; in others, it’s experts who have been through decades of formal training.
Adriana "'straight' guy using a white power female Brazilian model's name as sock puppet calling oth ... ers queer" Lima ....
Ace of Spades HQ 2009
The transliteration of the Hebrew word tsebha'oth, meaning
Easton's Bible Dictionary M.G. Easton 1897
Tha's awther brokken it thisen or 'else one o' thi own's done it, -- an 'they are a lot' oth 'warst little imps' at iver lived; an 'if aw mud ha' mi mind on 'em, awd thresh 'em to within an inch o' ther lives!
"Aw say it isn't awr Alick, for he's niver been aat 'oth' haase this blessed day!
Meanwhile, Mark Wahlberg, who would eventually produce and star in "The Fighter" as boxer Micky Ward, and who had worked with Mr. Russell twice before, was trying to get the film off the ground; its original director, Darren Aronofsky, had departed to work on oth er projects, and several cast members had dropped in and out of the production.
Director Gets Up Off the Canvas Steven Kurutz 2011
Once we've accepted our place as God's beloved, nothing can stop us from loving oth ers.
Rev. Peter M. Wallace: The Christian Call to Civility Rev. Peter M. Wallace 2010