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“My addiction to the sun had begun, and with it, the "unmanageability" of an addict and my first "C," the beach being more appealing than the library.”
“Of course, that simply meant new structures that could go wrong; but it was a good solution to the problem of unmanageability.”
“When alcohol use has begun to cause unmanageability for the individual and family, these tools are ineffective.”
“As I started my mini-tirade on the unmanageability of it all in this library class, the entire class was nodding in unison and looking both relieved and desperate.”
“And that ` s a huge -- we ` re talking about unmanageability and powerlessness.”
“Now you ` re only three clicks away from something that would land you in prison and that ` s a huge, you know, when we ` re talking about unmanageability and powerlessness.”
“This astonishingly de-regulated industry has created a no-win set up for consumers with steadily increasing interest rates and a dizzying array of fees that Curtis Arnold, founder of cardratings. com, says can very quickly mushroom into unmanageability for even the most conscientious card holders who use their cards responsibly and pay off their balances monthly.”
“Unfortunately currently employed techniques (i.e. scripting/state machines) do not scale and eventually collapse under the weight of their complexity, circular dependencies, inconstancies, contradictions, fragility and general unmanageability (see AI expert systems).”
“Yield still more and you may face total unmanageability at age fifteen.”
“And yes, helping her deal with whatever is bothering her should bring about a decline in her unmanageability.”
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