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- adv. Form of involuntarily: not voluntarily, forcedly.
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The subsidy, through a temporary payroll-tax credit for employers, helped make coverage affordable for many unvoluntarily terminated workers to continue under their former employers 'group health-insurance plans.
So is the second season not going to make sense unless I unvoluntarily buy the expensive entire season to watch some secret episode?
Given that being heavier as you grow older increases life expectancy, that healthy adults naturally gain weight with aging, and that losing weight (voluntarily or unvoluntarily) is associated with increased mortality, the hysteria over a modest increase in average weights of populations in industrialized countries (which luckily experience less hunger and starvation among its populations and simultaneously enjoy longer lifespans and better health) is laughable.
External cost and benefit are defined as the influence which an economic project's creation and performance exercises unvoluntarily on the
The first day of 2009 was also a frigid one for many in the Maritimes as well, albeit unvoluntarily as
And even through the extreme pain -- the ultimate potential of which which I put on the order of chronic migraine pain and unmedicated labor pain, and both of which I have endured unvoluntarily -- I probably repeated that exercise in assholery for a solid solid six months, every time forgetting how much it took out of me every time I forced myself to get up to get crackin '.
Send a clear message to Washington representatives that we will not stand for them working with Obummer topush the country unvoluntarily into socialism and perhaps even communism.