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Noun(1) fearful expectation or anticipation(2) the cognitive condition of someone who understands(3) painful expectation(4) the act of apprehending (especially apprehending a criminal
(1) Wisdom is the pure non-verbal apprehension of All.(2) He hadn't seen any recognition or apprehension in her lovely eyes, but still, there had been something there├ö├ç┬¬(3) The new cinema recognizes that any apprehension of the present is predicated upon an understanding of the past.(4) In no-mind the world simply is, in it's purest state of pre-linguistic apprehension .(5) The former is an immanent unity consisting of sensations and the perceptual apprehension .(6) A protection finding is based upon the situation that existed at the time of apprehension and not at any later date.(7) His testimony takes various forms: an interview with a journalist in South America before his apprehension ; memoirs and evidence at his trial.(8) The range of reasonable apprehension is at times a question for the court, and at times, if varying inferences are possible a question for the jury.(9) Such apprehension occurred under escort of four police officers and at which time D.C. made threats to the workers.(10) they acted with intent to prevent lawful apprehension(11) The protection finding is based upon the situation that existed at the time of apprehension and not the date of trial.(12) Experiences are grasped through either apprehension or comprehension.(13) This attitude, understandable though it is, hinders our apprehension of reality.(14) In the case of police dogs that propensity is put to a socially useful purpose, the apprehension of persons reasonably suspected of having committed arrestable offences.(15) the pure apprehension of the work of art(16) Section 18 requires an intention to do grievous bodily harm or an intent to resist or prevent the lawful apprehension or detainer or any person.
1. anxiety ::
2. arrest ::
3. dread ::
4. understanding ::
5. misgiving ::
6. catch ::
1. discharge ::
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Sheldon, I understand your APPREHENSION,
but let me appeal to the scientist in you.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 4
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