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Angstrom

A unit of length equivalent to one-one billionth of one meter.
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The average dollop of teen angst is debatably more sheltered than adult angst: it does not carry with it the additional traumas of credit card bills, finding a decent job or grappling with office politics.
Should it spread widely, it could provoke ecological and economic angst of continental proportions.
Other occupational groups were and are undergoing similar technological changes and are not generating as much angst about the technology itself.
But meanwhile, you can be sure that your regular encounters with the great outdoors while running give you just what you need to counteract urban sprawl, commuter angst, and the noise and alienation of our concrete jungles.
Salinger's 1951 novel The Catcher in the Rye, was a literary embodiment of teenage angst and alienation that teens took to heart.
Inspired by the claim of some historians that, by the twentieth century, as a result of a long term process fear for the external world was replaced by fears coming from within the individual psyche, the authors suggest that the changes they discuss may "fit into a larger Western transformation in which nineteenth-century confidence yielded to twentieth century Angst even in the cozy confines of the American middle class.
Lawrence Angst will join the company as senior vice president and GMM of home for the Proffitt's Merchandising Group.
For instance, not only is there major provider angst, but there also exists major patient angst.
Add some great descriptive narrative, humor, racism, sexual harassment, corporate politics and good old buppie angst and you've got Brothers and Sisters, a fictional account of a Los Angeles-based bank operations manager, Esther Jackson.
THE PROBLEMS THAT BEVERLY HILLS 90210 grapples with usually revolve around adolescent angst and teenage trauma.
We rely heavily on narcotics as the cornerstone medication for the relief of moderate to severe pain," said Martin Angst, MD, associate professor of anesthesia at the Stanford University School of Medicine and one of two principal investigators in a new study exploring individual variations in reactions to opiate use.
ANGST ANGST ANGST However, having been surrounded by teenagers for years, I can promise you that the vast majority are fantastic.