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  • adj. Not controllable.


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non- +‎ controllable


  • Mr. Bloomberg vowed to keep "controllable city expenses" flat between the 2009 and 2010 fiscal years and predicted that "noncontrollable" expenses could stay flat as well if unions agree to "major changes" in pension and health-care benefits.

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  • “On time to meetings and appointments” brings occasional defects as special, noncontrollable causes—a last-minute phone call or a question asked by a student encountered on the way to the meeting—occur.


  • One study provided participants with written information that emphasized biological, genetic, and noncontrollable causes of obesity, which significantly improved participants 'attitudes compared to a control group.

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  • N = 75) through an educational intervention with multiple techniques including empathy induction, education about the noncontrollable causes of obesity, and role-play exercises (

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  • These findings parallel previous work documenting improved attitudes following an intervention that highlighted external, noncontrollable reasons for obesity (

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