These involuntary movements often make daily tasks, such as writing, eating, or dressing, difficult.
And they are severe: Snyder's top health official, Nick Lyon, faces nine counts of involuntary manslaughter.
New York is not alone in treating voluntary and involuntary intoxication differently in sexual assault cases.
“Wells Fargo is suspending residential property foreclosure sales, evictions and involuntary automobile repossessions.
In earlier times kidnapping meant carrying a person away to another country for involuntary servitude.
“The environment has to have some kind of stimulation to activate your involuntary attention—your fascination,” Berman said.
As The Economist went to press, Satmex faced a July 7th deadline to respond to the involuntary bankruptcy petition in America.
There are the tics associated with Tourette syndrome: involuntary vocal exclamations typically accompanied by physical movement.
So instead of looking at the unemployment rate, I have created a parallel measure called the involuntary part-time employment rate.
He was already serving a seven-month jail term for transporting the coins when he was sentenced in Miami for the involuntary manslaughter.
At least six other staffers have been dismissed, demoted or placed on involuntary leave after pushing back against Pruitt's spending demands.
A tic is an involuntary, purposeless jerking movement of a group of muscles or the involuntary production of noises or words.
These perceptual tasks are pervasive and constant; sometimes involuntary and in the background, and other times as shaped by our willful imagining.
Lesin familiarly by the diminutive form of Mikhail, “there were instances where he fell and caused involuntary injury to himself, including quite heavily.”
In vertebrates, all voluntary muscles are striated, and all involuntary muscles are smooth, except for cardiac muscle, which is involuntary but striated.
The flapping activity described is the normal involuntary reflex activity after death by neck dislocation, and such birds are unconscious, insensible to pain and are not suffering.”
However, Locke distinguishes between voluntary and involuntary forbearances (E2–5 II.xxi.5: 236), and it makes no sense to characterize an involuntary forbearance as an involuntary voluntary not-doing.
Andrew Goodman, a lawyer who filed involuntary bankruptcy proceedings against Girardi and Girardi Keese on behalf of several former clients and employees, seconded the Ponzi-scheme theory, questioning whether some of the misappropriated funds were being routed to Erika.
Biden's latest executive order revokes previous presidential memorandums on transgender service and "immediately prohibits involuntary separations, discharges, and denials of reenlistment or continuation of service on the basis of gender identity or under circumstances relating to gender identity."
Instead, there are slow, involuntary spasms of the face, neck, and extremities, either on one side (hemiathetosis) or, more frequently, on both sides (double athetosis), with resulting involuntary movements in the whole body or its parts, facial grimacing, and inarticulate speech (dysarthria)—all of which increase under stress or excitement.
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Instead there are slow involuntary spasms of the face neck and extremities either on one side hemiathetosis or more frequently on both sides double athetosis with resulting involuntary movements in the whole body or its parts facial grimacing and inarticulate speech dysarthria—all of which increase under stress or excitement