Ease Up is an EP by Mike Paradinas released in 2005 under his main moniker, "µ-ziq".
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... "Ease Up" - 7.00 "Wergle the Proud" - 4.01 "Ease Up V.I.P." - 12.28 . ...
... perspective, Schwarz suggests that metacognitive experiences, such as the feeling of ease or difficulty in recalling or processing information, can exert significant influence on judgments ... judgments based on this interpretation of their subjective feelings of ease or difficulty in information processing ... can be drawn from feelings of ease ...
... Most pre-1995 versions contained a GUI very similar to the Apple Computer At Ease, but without the folders ... Unlike At Ease, programs were grouped in sections such as "Microsoft DOS", "Microsoft Windows", "Service Support", and "Software" ... to the design of Microsoft Bob, which ran on top of Windows, and At Ease, which ran on top of Mac OS Finder ...
... Stand at Ease (U.S ... Have the soldiers adopt the more relaxed position At Ease position, with feet shoulder width apart, hands clasped behind back but with upper body half still in position of attention (chest ... Changing from At Ease to Attention and back again, or the converse, is standard when the command of a parade is transferred (typically between the commanding officer and his Sergeant-Major), since command of a ...
... tournament he cleared the first two stages with ease ... In the 22nd competition Nagano completed the first six obstacles with ease but when he tried the new obstacle, the Slider Jump he couldn't hold onto the net and ... He again cleared the first 6 obstacles with ease but when he got to the Slider Jump he let go too early and couldn't reach the net ...
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Famous quotes containing the word ease:
“I saw young Harry with his beaver on,
His cuisses on his thighs, gallantly armed,
Rise from the ground like feathered Mercury,
And vaulted with such ease into his seat
As if an angel dropped down from the clouds
To turn and wind a fiery Pegasus,
And witch the world with noble horsemanship.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“There the wicked cease from troubling, and there the weary are at rest. There the prisoners are at ease together; they do not hear the voice of the taskmaster. The small and the great are there, and the slaves are free from their masters.”
—Bible: Hebrew, Job 3:17-19.