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maladjustments

Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of maladjustment.

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Examples

  • Let us not make the mistake of opting for keeping the societies of developing countries static, for fear of the short-term maladjustments that it will create, and doom them as a result to long-term poverty and no hope for the future.

    Growing Pains

  • And it's not a normal recession and we're not going to get a normal rebound, if normal is typical, because of the kind of maladjustments that I spoke about.

    Get Briefed: Paul Volcker

  • And it's not a normal recession and we're not going to get a normal rebound, if normal is typical, because of the kind of maladjustments that I spoke about.

    Volcker Explains Why We Need Tax Increases

  • And it's not a normal recession and we're not going to get a normal rebound, if normal is typical, because of the kind of maladjustments that I spoke about.

    Transcript: Paul Volcker

  • Their egotistically enhanced manipulative megalomaniacal maladjustments in this matter is massively mind-boggling.

    Obama challenges reform detractors to explain themselves

  • What most people now think of as merely an expert form of massage began with the claim that spinal maladjustments were the source of virtually all disease in humans, and some chiropractors still believe they can cure a lot more than back and joint pain.

    Colby Cosh

  • The pain eased, and I began to feel myself growing longer and stronger, and more sensitive to the slight maladjustments in posture and bodily symmetry.

    Nicholas Rosen: Going to the Mat: Confessions of a Yoga Guinea Pig

  • Regarding cyclical movements, they are probably a feature of systems with a strong dependence on a single important entity, and this is the case with government regulation: since it cannot be perfect maladjustments will tend to accumulate until they are no longer sustainable and the system breaks down.

    George Selgin on Free Banking, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • She saw “all the maladjustments of our social and economic relations epitomized in this brief journey,” and she became intent on her own “responsibility” to bring affordable health care to those on the Lower East Side.

    Lillian D. Wald.

  • Its charter aims to promote exchange-rate stability and "correct maladjustments" in balance of payments "without resorting to measures destructive of national or international prosperity."

    Pakistan's 'Plan C'

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