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Angstrom

A unit of length equivalent to one-one billionth of one meter.
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"I welcomed the opportunity to be a part of 'Angst' to further the dialogue around mental health and to help people understand the impact anxiety has on our mental state and encourage people, especially kids, to ask for help."
Restraint (Angst), 2016, a handrail made of razors, stainless steel, and titanium, framed the passage into the smaller room but was positioned and curved to discourage any use, although the performers did lean against it; and Loge (Angst), 2016, a bulbous aluminum object shaped like a stylized opera-house balcony, inhibited a direct view and entry into the smaller space but served as another point of congregation and observation for the performers.
But isn't getting caught up in the throes of existential angst pretty much the reason people go to see art movies anyway?
Jozwik and Gist, a scientist and creative writer respectively, join forces to look at the connection between human angst and biological evolution in order to provide a basis for the reunion of the material and spiritual needs of humans.
She looks at such topics as the yoking of Angst to aletheia, the groundlessness of being and the unboundedness of da-sein, and from the They to the We.
has tapped 14-year reinsurance veteran EMMANUEL CLARKE to head PartnerRe Global's specialty lines division, succeeding KURT ANGST, who is set to retire in December after a 40-year career.
Angst: Easy lay with hot dumb girl, or relationship with smart (and also hot) girl?
Doog, who hopes to help Jeremy deal with his angst over his parents, is soon joined by Uncle Wom (short for wise, old man), ruler of Cartoon Land.
Mothers and daughters in conflict is nothing new: deep-seeded angst and a longing for parental love.
There's lots of teen angst and an authentic feel for adolescent problems and feelings.
Parish priests battling their own stresses and living under the wider church's angst are less able to "pastor" parishioners who in turn feel uncared for, then angry with their priest, and then vote with their feet.
Teikoku Databank, a research firm, polled Japanese firms about the move and found a lot of continuing angst over the notion of recovery.