It's simply that aversion to failure is hardwired into our culture, and this cultural influence affects decisions founders make when things don't go according to plan.
The electric versions can be hardwired, but they are also available with simple plug-in attachments.
Overeating/Not eating enough: The need to consume food is hardwired into our brains, so when there is a change in the way you are consuming food, it can indicate a problem.
Dogs are pack animals that are hardwired to respond to a distinct pack hierarchy.
Made of sturdy cast aluminum for many years of useful service, Hampton Bay outdoor wall lights are hardwired but easy to install.
Some believe that the human brain may be hardwired, or genetically programed, to find the shapes and proportions of the Golden Ratio aesthetically pleasing.
In some ways, physical fitness means going beyond what the body is hardwired to do, namely, store fat in order to have the necessary energy stores to function.
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