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Definition of the adverb beyond control
What does beyond control mean as an attribute of something other than a noun?
- out of control
- synonym of beyond control: out of hand
"Beyond control" is a book by Sally Sheldon.
- also known as "Beyond control: medical power and abortion law"
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Crossword Puzzle Dictionary (2015)
by Murali Mohan Hundigam
perplex, stump, mystify, flummox Bewildered—at sea, confused, perplexed, puzzled, baffled, at a loss Bewitch—enchant Bewitching—magical Bewitching incantation—spell Bewitchment—obsession Beyond—ulterior Beyond all doubt —far and away Beyond belief—incomprehensible, astonishing, incredible Beyond comparison—incomparable, unrivalled, unparalleled, par excellence Beyond consolation—disconsolate Beyond control—out of hand Beyond criticism —irreproachable, ...
by Hella Olbertz, Kees Hengeveld, Jesús Sánchez García
"Voice: beyond control and affectedness". In B. Fox and P. Hopper (eds.) Voice: Form and Function, Vol. 27. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: Benjamins, 89-117.
Volume 64 - Supplement 27 - Access Versus Ownership to Word Formation in Language and Computation by Allen Kent
The scale of government atrocities has been almost beyond comprehension and seemingly beyond control. Since the fall of ...
by Adrian Wilkinson, Stewart Johnstone
Expansions of the theory include consideration of social support and other work design 'resources' beyond control. While the above models focus on individual work design, when jobs are interdependent it often makes sense to implement teams. Socio-technical systems theory was an early influence on the design of work teams, as manifested in the idea of self-managing teams in which the team as a whole has autonomy and variety. A further theoretical development in recent times ...
Outside the limit of: beyond control. aadverb ...
by Mitchell Newton-Matza
Some “disaster” films involve animals beyond control. While not a disaster film per se, Jaws (1975), based upon the novel of the same name, tells the story of how a great white shark terrorizes a small New England town. The shark attacks alone brought in huge crowds to the theater. There is also a plethora of other films involving killer creatures, from piranhas to alligators to bears, even deadly worms. Irwin Allen suffered a huge flop with the laughably horrendous The Swarm (1978), ...
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