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Today's word is abulia, spelled A-B-U-L-I-A.

Abulia is a noun that means abnormal lack of ability to act or to make decisions. Here is the word used in a sentence from the Handbook of the Neuroscience of Language.

"Abulia is a motivational deficit that is associated with apathy, loss of will, and lack of initiating behaviors."

Mark Twain once wrote: "I must have a prodigious quantity of mind. It takes me as much as a week, sometimes, to make it up." The indecision Twain laments is fairly common; only when inability to make decisions reaches an abnormal level does it have an uncommon name: abulia. The English term we use today comes from a New Latin word that combines the prefix a-, meaning "without," with the Greek word boulē, meaning "will." Abulia can refer to the kind of generalized indecision that makes it impossible to choose what flavor ice cream you want, though it was created to name a severe medical disorder that can render a person nearly inert.

With your Word of the Day, I'm Peter Sokolowski.

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[Homework]2015-07-26 How to Use a Word

Today's word is abulia, spelled A B U L I A. Abulia is a noun that means abnormal lack of ability to act or make decisions. Here is the word used in a sentence from the **** science of language. Abulia is a motivational deficit that is associated with *, loss of will and lack of initiating behaviors. Mark Twain once wrote, I must have a prestigious quality of mind. It takes me as much as a week sometimes to make it up. The indecision twin a mends. It's fairly common only when inability to make decision which is an abnormal level doesn't have an common name, abulia. The English term we use today comes from a new Latin word that combines the prefix a, meaning without, with the Greek word *, meaning will. Abulia can refer to a the kind of a generalized indecision that makes it impossible to choose, what favor ice cream you want, though it was created to name a severe medical disorder that can render a person nearly in nert. With your word of the day, I'm Peter *.
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[Homework]2015-07-26 How to Use a Word

Today's word is abulia, spelled a-b-u-l-i-a. Abulia is a noun that means abnormal lack of ability to act or make decisions. Here is the word used in a sentence from the handbook of the n.. science of language.

Abulia is a motivational deficit that is associated with appthy, lost of will, and lack of initiating behaviors. Mark Twain once wrote, I must have a prestigious quantity of mind. It takes me as much as a week sometimes to make it up. The indicision twin of minds is fairly common only when inability to make a decison which is an abnormal level doesn't have an uncommon name, abulia.


The English term we used today comes from a new latin word that combines the prefix a-, meaning without, with the Greek word -bulia, meaning will. Abuila can refer to the kind of a generalized indecision that makes it impossible to choose what favor ice cream you want, though it was created to name a severe medical disorder that can render a person nearly innert.


With your word of the day, I' m Peter Sokolofusiki.

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Today's word is abulia, spelled a-b-u-l-i-a. Abulia is a noun that means abnormal lack of ability to act or make decisions. Here is the word used in a sentence from the handbook of the neural science of language.
Abulia is a motivational deficit that is associated with apathy, lost of will, and lack of initiating behaviors. Mark Twain once wrote, I must have a prestigious quantity of mind. It takes me, as much as a week, sometimes to make it up. The indicision twin of minds is fairly common only when inability to make decisions which is an abnormal level doesn't have an uncommon name, abulia.
The English term we used today comes from a new latin word that combines the prefix a-, meaning without, with the Greek word -?, meaning will. Abuila can refer to the kind of a generalized indecision that makes it impossible to choose what favor ice cream you want, though it was created to name a severe medical disorder that can render a person nearly in it.
With your word of the day, I' m Peter Sokolofusiki.
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[Homework]2015-07-26 How to Use a Word

Today`s word is abulia, spelled a-b-u-l-i-a. Abulia is a noun, means abnormal lack of ability to act or make decisions.Here is the word used in a sentence from the handbook of neural science of language:Abulia is a motivational deficit that is associated with apathy, lost of will and lack of initiating behaviors. Mark Twain once wrote, I must have prestigious quantity of mind. It takes me as much as a week, sometimes to make it up. The indecision that Twain amends, it is fairly common only when inability to make decisions which abnormal level does have uncommon name. Abulia, the English term we use today comes from a Latin word, combined the prefix a, meaning without, with the Greek word bulia, meaning will. Abulia can refer to the kind of generalized indecision that makes it impossible to choose what favor ice-cream you want,though it was created to name a severe medical disorder that can render a person nearly in it.

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[Homework]2015-07-26 How to Use a Word

Today's word is abulia, spelled a-b-u-l-i-a. Abulia is a noun that means abnormal lack of ability to act or make decisions. Here is the word used in a sentence from the handbook of the neoscience of language. Abulia is a motivational deficit that is assoicated with apathy, loss of will and lack of initiating behaviors. Mark Twain once wrote:I must have a predigious quantity of mind. It takes me as much as a week sometimes to make it up.The indecision  Twains remains is fairly common. Only when inability to make decisions reaches an abnormal level does it have an uncommon name, abulia. The english term we use today comes from a new latin word that combines the prefix a- meaning without with the greek word bulia, meaning will. Abulia can refer to the kind of generalized indecision that makes it impossible to choose what flavor of ice cream you want. Though it was created to name a severe medical disorder that can render a person nearly inert. Here is the word of the day. I am Peter Sarkanosky.                                                   


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[Homework]2015-07-26 How to Use a Word

Today's word is abulia, spelled A-B-U-L-I-A. Abulia is a noun, that means abnormal lack of ability to act or make decisions.

Here is the word used in a sentence from the Handbook of the Neuroscience of Language. Abulia is a motivational deficit, that is associated with ampathy, loss of will, and lack of initiating behaviors.

Mark Twain once wrote, I must have a protigious quantity of mind, it takes as much as a week sometimes to make it up.  The indecision twain of meants is fairly common, only when inability to make decisions reaches an abnormal level does it have an uncommon name, abulia.

The English term we used today comes from a new Latin word, that combines the prefix a- meaning without, with the Greek word bule meaning will. Abulia can refer to the kind of generalized indecision, that makes it impossible to choose what flavor of ice cream you want, though it was created to name a severe medical disorder that can render a person nearly inert.

With your Word of the Day, I'm Peter Sokolovski.

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[Homework]2015-07-26 How to Use a Word

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Today's word is abulia, spelled ABULIA. Abulia is a noun that means abnormal lack of ability to act or make decisions. Here is the word used in a sentence from the handbook of X science of Language.
                                                   

Abulia is an motivational deficit that is associate with aX  loss of aware,and lack of initiating behaviors. Mark Twain once wrote I must have a pretigous quantity of mind. It takes me as much as a week sometimes to make it up. The indicisions train of minds is fairly common only when inability to make the decisions reaches abnormal level doesn't have a uncommon link -Abulia.


The English term we use today comes from a new latin word that combines the prefix R meaning without with the X word buley meaning will.


Abulia can refer to a kind of generalised in decision that make it impossible to choose what favorite ice cream you want though it was created to name a X medical disorder that can round a person nearly inert.


With your word of the day. I'm Peter ..


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[HOMEWORK]
Today's word is abulia, spelled a-b-u-l-i-a.
Abulia is a noun that means abnormal lack of ability to act or make decisions. Here is the word used in the sentence from the handbook of the neural science of language. Abulia is a motivation on deficit, that is associated with X, loss of will and lack of initiating behaviors.  
Mark Twain once worte, " I must have a X quantity of mind. It takes me as much as a week sometimes to make it up."  The indecision Twain remands is fairly common only when in the ability to make decisions reaches an abnormal level, does it have in accompany abulia.
The English term we use today comes from a new latin word that conbines the prefects are meaning without, with the Greek word "bulia" meaning well.
Abulia can refer to the kind of generalized decision that makes it impossible to choose what favorite icecream you want. Though it was X to name the X medical disorder that can render a person nearly in nerd.
With your word of the day, I am Peter X.
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