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- adj. Of or relating to physicologic.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to physicologic.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to physicologic.
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The aim is to create a ‘physicological simulation for biomedical applications.’
According to Maslow's hiearchy of needs, we need in order physicological, safety, love, esteem, and self-actualization.
Today we are witnessing the effects of a physicological warfare that has been greased by both sides of the aisle and as this thread demonstrates, works with absolute precision.
My message was a type of physicological evaluation of your other messages,
Dr Manouvrier insists that Lombroso's theory that the criminal is born and not made is based upon the exploded science of phrenology, and declares that all the anatomical distinctions and physicological characteristics quoted by Lombroso are to be found among honest men as well as among criminals.
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You are living proof that Bush Derangement Syndrome is a dangerous physicological disorder but still alive and well.
What we have done is open the door as talk about addictions, normal daily struggle with sin, life dominating sin as a worship disorientation without minimizing physicological and sociological is to open the door for the ministry of the gospel; the God Who loves us and comes while we are still sinners.