- לֹא רְצוֹנִי
Adjective(1) not subject to the control of the will, becoming a hero(2) controlled by the autonomic nervous system; without conscious control
(1) Neither coercion nor involuntary suffering can be attributed to Christ's atoning death on the cross.(2) Slavery signified, of course, involuntary migration and coerced labor.(3) As the disorder progresses, a person with Huntington's develops involuntary jerky movements, muscle weakness and clumsiness.(4) It is also required that involuntary voiding occur at least twice a week for at least three consecutive months and that it be a source of considerable distress for the child.(5) The immediate cause of vaginismus is involuntary spasm of the muscles around the lower one third of the vagina.(6) The muscles of the heart and some other involuntary muscles are also affected in some forms of MD, and a few forms involve other organs, as well.(7) You may find him strident, irritating or humourless, but fact of the matter is the involuntary shudder running up your back after that line is real enough.(8) Children should be required to support their aging parents, require students to do involuntary volunteer work, make voting mandatory - that sort of thing.(9) He wrote the movement off as an involuntary muscle spasm.(10) Similarly, a parallel slope envisaging a slide from physicians performing voluntary euthanasia to engaging in involuntary euthanasia requires empirical support.(11) Overexposure can lead to symptoms of dizziness, respiratory problems, involuntary muscle twitching and even paralysis.(12) His consumptive, rail thin appearance prompts a collective involuntary gasp, not just because he looks as though his legs might buckle at any second but because the resemblance to his legendary grandfather is almost eerie.(13) Instead the acetylcholine accumulates and affects both voluntary an involuntary muscles.(14) The commission will introduce tribunals to review automatically the detention of involuntary patients in November.(15) The draft law also gives the government the right to decree ├ö├ç├┐labor emergencies,├ö├ç├û granting it the right to impose involuntary retirement and layoff of public employees.(16) The Iranian government, until now, has refused to accept their return as part of a general policy of resisting involuntary repatriations.
(1) involuntary muscle :: שרירים לא רצוניות
1. spontaneous ::
2. instinctive ::
3. unconscious ::
4. unintentional ::
5. uncontrollable ::
6. reflex ::
7. automatic ::
8. knee-jerk ::
1. deliberate ::
2. intentional ::
3. voluntary ::
4. willing ::
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an INVOLUNTARY memory
of me playing that game--
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 23
...and tic, the INVOLUNTARY
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 1
That's an INVOLUNTARY twinkle.
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 21
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