Quote of the Day:

Discomfort

  • One of the issues facing us today is that there are countries where there is a serious lack of resources, the standards of living are very low, and this creates a fundamental unease and discomfort in entire populations.
  • We're just trying to manage the discomfort that he's having.
  • I occasionally experience the discomfort of people assuming my work is autobiographical.
  • He did good. He had no discomfort at all.
  • It is what it is. There was some discomfort there, so I'm concerned.
  • We will do that to help alleviate the discomfort because of the terrible delays.
  • He's probably still going to be in some discomfort during the game.
  • He threw for greater distance and felt good about that. He also threw a few more passes than yesterday and didn't have any discomfort at all, which is a good sign.
  • Definitely, we're relieved. When we first started hearing about his discomfort we were all kind of worried. But the doctors did a great job of finding the problem and getting on top of it.
  • The most obvious red flag is that thing called intuition. If there is a level of discomfort on part of the person meeting with the planner they should not get involved.
  • We haven't pursued this with great urgency. He wasn't in particular discomfort Sunday and he said he was feeling even better Monday.
  • Discomfort is the call to set yourself free.
  • The British love of queuing and discomfort and being bossed around seems to have found a new outlet in the pop festival.
  • Reducing mammography discomfort will help us all reach our shared goal of making sure that every woman gets regular screening mammograms, which have been demonstrated to save lives,