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1(lack of development)inmadurez feminine
- Humans, indeed most species, experience biological immaturity.
- However, Rogers may not be able to overcome his immaturity, which has been an issue in the past.
- This is due to immaturity of brainstem control of central respiratory drive.
- Indeed, courts have recognized that developmental immaturity may qualify a juvenile for a finding of incompetence.
- His immaturity, his lack of development, all this was borne out by the record through pretrial proceeding.
- To some people, this is very appealing; to others, it is a mark of immaturity.
- Children are often seen as too young to benefit from therapy because of linguistic and cognitive immaturity.
- His reputation rests on his incisive critiques of literary and political innocence and immaturity.
- We identified the cause in the policy itself and in the ideological immaturity of the people who had determined the line.
- Stories and novels written by children in all times have for the most part borne the stamp of naivete and childish immaturity.
- It keeps people in a state of immaturity.
- I was perturbed at his apparent immaturity.
- But then the comparison is taken literally too far and that is where Rang de Basanti turns dangerous because of its immaturity and illogic.
- It is the manner in which we understand and articulate the physical reality of biological immaturity.
- It does little to advance the debate, and simply indicates a measure of immaturity and intolerance.
- On occasion he has shown the skills and power that persuaded Jordan to take him with the first pick despite his immaturity.
- Embryo immaturity at the metabolic and physiological levels is not a contributing factor.
- If social history is to be measured by coherent overall frameworks, it falls short - and immaturity is no longer an excuse.
- This is just religious immaturity.
- Immaturity may be a reason not to leave you to your own devices, but those who intervene cannot simply impose their choice on you.
2(childishness)inmadurez femininefalta de madurez feminine
- The only thing that has held them back in recent years has been their own immaturity.
- I must not use my temperament as an excuse for immaturity or belligerence.
- I just don't see the joy of going around spreading your stupidity and immaturity.
- By missing the start of training camp and not telling anyone, Brooks showed his immaturity.
- Looking back on it, I was full of immaturity at that moment.
- Vietnamese also honor reserve and modesty, attributing loudness and brashness to immaturity and vulgarity.
- For teens, the combination of inexperience and immaturity provides the foundation for a high death rate.
- Ironically, it was an act of immaturity by Brown that threatened to blow apart the Sixers.
- Controls are needed because of the immaturity and foolishness of children, but also because of the natural tendency for rebellion.
- They did and were satisfied it was just a random burst of immaturity.
- It was a mindless and moronic act of political naivete and crass immaturity.
- Now it's immaturity that is dogging this team, along with a glaring lack of chemistry.
- She was concerned for her sister's happiness and frustrated by her immaturity
- They say all that talk of immaturity on and off the field should cease.
- The device should include a taped lecture on immaturity that automatically takes over the stereo when somebody turns up Eminem too loud.
- His immaturity was breathtaking.
- I received a rather interesting email from a reader about Leftist immaturity.
- I'm not going to apologise for my blatant immaturity.
- However, it is far more likely his eight-length defeat came from immaturity.
- I respect him for his talent but can't stand him for his immaturity on the lanes when things aren't going his way.
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