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  • She especially stressed the importance of young people and women in the organization.
  • His father was a very successful man that stressed the importance of education to his six children.
  • Large stones were used for support under points of greater stress.
  • A number of models have been developed to explain the job stress process.
  • Problems include the stress of open-ocean conditions and more difficult product delivery.
  • Studies have shown that high levels of stress can affect your health.
  • He later stressed that the story was entirely made up and no such affair had happened.
  • He has been placed in a stress position by tying a board between his arms.
  • The stress pattern is usually counted as one-two-three-one-two-one-two-three.
  • Children who are stressed out may also stop eating or get sick more frequently.
  • Studies have determined that new-age music can be an effective component of stress management.
  • They spread the stresses from the crew's weight across the bottom structure.
  • This influence took the form of greater stress on the dramatic side.
  • However, the engine is very under-stressed and long-lived, so this is not a major issue.
  • However, words in common use outside the scientific community may follow idiosyncratic stress rules.
  • The pressure to win can cause significant emotional stress for a child.
  • "But it became a place where work was just about the stress and not the end product."
  • Stress may be a risk factor although the evidence to support this is weak.
  • They perceive this as a risk that may cause them fear and stress.
  • Her father passed after a long term battle with post traumatic stress disorder post war experience.
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Meaning of stress

  • noun The relative prominence of a syllable or musical note (especially with regard to stress or pitch)
    he put the stress on the wrong syllable
  • noun Special emphasis attached to something
    the stress was more on accuracy than on speed
  • noun Difficulty that causes worry or emotional tension
    she endured the stresses and strains of life, he presided over the economy during the period of the greatest stress and danger"- R.J.Samuelson
  • noun (physics) force that produces strain on a physical body
    the intensity of stress is expressed in units of force divided by units of area
  • verb To stress, single out as important
    Dr. Jones emphasizes exercise in addition to a change in diet
  • verb Put stress on; utter with an accent
    In Farsi, you accent the last syllable of each word