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sometimes the rigidity of the headmaster's discipline was deemed excessive by even much of the faculty
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The director of the residency program, Dr. Sanjay Desai, said in an email to residents that the coat's meaning has changed to represent excessive rigidity, and the institution has to ensure traditions uphold core values.
The talent in Milwaukee got them into the playoff mix, but that rigidity—among other factors—has helped keep them there.
And like the race car that preceded it, the 124 GT adopts an available removable hardtop that promises to improve the roadster’s structural rigidity without compromising day-to-day usability.
Part of the problem comes from the script's emotional forwardness, a stark contrast to the film's patrician rigidity.
As platters of avocado toast were passed, there was talk of the need for more friendships between boys and girls, and the rigidity of American gender norms.
Torsional rigidity is said to be up by 18 percent, while both the strut front and multilink rear suspensions were calibrated to improve ride, noise isolation, and handling compared to the old Sorento.
The cement-like solution acts like a bone glue to provide rigidity, stability and support.
Growing up outside of New York City in the 1960s and '70s, Dike rebelled against the rigidity of his parents’ Jehovah’s Witness values, immersing himself in NYC’s music scene and taking the role of DJ at parties.
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