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  • However, hypoactive sexual desire disorder was a recognized disorder in the fourth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Diseases (DSM-IV), published in 1994, and a similar condition called Inhibited Sexual Desire was listed in DSM-III, published in 1980. - medical news plus CME for physicians

  • Inhibited as a child by his own imperfect skin, he had shied away from public swimming pools, and never learned.

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  • "Inhibited children tend to wander off into vocations like music, literature and philosophy," says Kagan.

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  • Inhibited by so-called coloured people, Highlands was declared a white area in terms of then Group Areas Act. The Pretoria city council acquired the properties in the 1960s, Mashinini, said in a statement.

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  • During the dry seasons invading larvae may enter a period of delayed development in the animal (see Inhibited worms).

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  • During the dry seasons invading larvae may enter a period of delayed development in the animal (Inhibited worms).

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  • Inhibited and timid, Clift admired Sinatra's freewheeling ways.

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  • Inhibited seven-year-olds excel at what Nathan Fox calls "executive functioning"; when they're asked how kids who have only one toy should share it, they offer a strategy such as "Alphabetize their last names, and let the person closest to A go first."

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  • Inhibited by his lawyer's caution from participating in the most popular chatler

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  • Inhibited from writing naturally of natural instincts, Joyce ended by inventing an artificial language of innuendo and mockery.

    James Joyce


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