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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
noun: The inability to concentrate.
From Latin aprosexia, from Dutch aprosexia, from Greek prosekhein (to turn one’s attention). Earliest documented use: 1889.
“He was exhausted by the effort of concentration. ... The doctors suspected he had simulated the symptoms of aprosexia in order to be declared medically unfit.”
Paul Colize (Translation: Louise Rogers Lalaurie); Back Up; Point Blank; 2018.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:Through others, we become ourselves. -Lev Vygotsky, psychologist (17 Nov 1896-1934)