There has been a rapid deterioration with progressive ataxia, confusion and agitation.
Avarice arises from precisely this confusion: the avaricious person forgets that money is a means and treats it as an end.
And this confusion stems from the politicization of religion which has made people irrational, emotional and defensive about Islam.
Irregular menstruation can lead to confusion over the timing of oral contraception or anxiety over unplanned pregnancy.
He traces the antecedents of this; an alien style, contemporary dance, was imposed which led to confusion in the muscles.
And is n't our era one of theological and moral confusion, of opposition to the truth, even of apostasy in the church?
Elderly or debilitated patients may react to barbiturates with marked excitement, depression or confusion (see ' Contra-indications ').
Here we have the confusion between a feudal barony and a peerage barony.
The majority had escaped in the confusion following the capitulation of Singapore.
A possible point of confusion I: the former St Peter 's Street methodist chapel, a survivor.
Blowing the conch, you simply make Confusion worse confounded.
A tendency to conflate two levels of processing in discussions of context effects has caused enormous confusion among both researchers and practitioners.
The computer uses * to avoid confusion with the letter x.
Rights of passage The Human Rights Act has caused much confusion among security managers.
In short, we have degraded and sown confusion into the uppermost ranks of al-Qa'ida.
We grew weary of the ensuing confusion and eventually relinquished the name.
Owner control of objects eliminates confusion concerning who controls access to each object.
Defining what choice means in the public sector There is considerable confusion over what enhanced choice actually means.
In thick cloud, & slight confusion of meeting Italian party, I have gone S not N. Careless.
As blood alcohol concentrations reach 0.18 to 0.30 percent confusion reigns.
Angus MacNeil (SNP) asked about voter confusion under the current system and said STV maximized power to voters.
Therefore despite the fact that the goods were identical, there was no likelihood of confusion in the mind of the targeted public.
The natural consequences soon follow in the confusion of tongues.
Secondly, there is some confusion of thought about this question of private treatment.
These contradictory impulses can create confusion and stress for a manager trying to decide how best to act.
I often found the confusion that resulted from my enquiries on cousin marriage most informative.
Confusion was created as boats peeled away and then a sharp downpour quickly dampened the little wind that there had been.
My confusion deepened when I got closer and spotted a third occupant crammed sideways in the back.
The impersonal will does not of itself produce determinism or confusion, since it is simply a perpetual flow of power.
But these accusations only dramatize the moral and political confusion into which, over this momentous question, the Arabs have fallen.
Confusion often arises over the use of the term " corneal dystrophy " in dogs.
The play combines a story of love and confusion with physical comedy making it enjoyable for everybody.
The values formed from direct copying have usually been created either mechanically or subconsciously, and hence are usually enshrouded in confusion and self-deception.
Then begins an epoch of social revolution.  At this point one important confusion must be cleared up.
One area of confusion is that feelings are often loosely equated with emotions.
The common name hellebore has given rise to confusion since Ancient times.
Without a good match, technology can cause confusion for a learner and can impede learning, essentially causing more problems than solutions.
The result is a confusion that renders the description incoherent.
The evident legal confusion may prove to be exacerbated by the albeit well intentioned actions of those who would wish to regulate.
In that time of confusion, when right and wrong had become so intermixed.
At this point some confusion is natural about what relevant logicians have attempted to do.
I extricated her from her confusion by telling the marquis his conjecture was well founded.
One common local cause of confusion is the use of the single antigen measles vaccine in France.
Mirages also created confusion as land and other objects appeared to be distant aircraft carriers or enemy ships.
In order to avoid confusion it may be wiser to refer to it by one of its other com mon names, Eleuthero.
We just lie in our morass of confusion, which arises from brave choices we did n't make earlier.
There has been much confusion over the years as to where this original motte and bailey castle actually stood.
The confusion arises from the inability of government and commentators alike to distinguish between the multicultural society as fact and multiculturalism as policy.
Paralyzed with fear in a state of mass confusion, you struggle desperately to make sense of what 's just happened.
Increasingly, much of this is being done at paraprofessional level which has led to some confusion about how professional work should be defined.