Environmental factors are also taken into account in the learning algorithm, meaning that songs that calm a person down when they are sitting still might be different to what works when they're just finished a run.
What does 70 stand for?
70 stands for Person Down (Alabama Public Safety Radio Code)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
This book is a testament to all those who need help and all those who want to help those who suffer from bipolar, schizophrenia, OCD and any of the myriad of disorders that can beat a person down from anywhere.
Then the programme's researchers track the missing person down, before a tearful reunion takes place.
He knows how to break a person down, work behind his jab and then finish them off.
Joy in one's heart and some laughter on one's lips is a sign that the person down deep has a pretty good grasp of life.
As far as the man who knocked the person down is concerned, that is just one person, they can sweep it under the carpet and move on.
I implore the authorities to at the very least, track this person down and have them evaluated by a psychiatrist.
Waterboarding involves strapping a person down and pouring water over their cloth-covered face to create the sensation of drowning.