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“Another project, tentatively called "Counterclockwise," may focus on the studies of Ellen Langer, a renowned Harvard psychology professor.”
“Counterclockwise is marginally easier, with more gradual climbs suitable for fit single-speed or fixed-gear riders.”
“Since the Earth is moving Counterclockwise most of the fall-out will drop on U.S., unless very strong winds take it somewhere else.”
“Her new book, Counterclockwise: Mindful Health and the Power of Possibility, will be the basis of a major motion picture about her life and work, starring Jennifer Aniston.”
“Counterclockwise, counterclockwise, Eva said to herself.”
“Her revealing study, the many follow-ups it spawned and the implications of their findings are the subject of her fascinating new book Counterclockwise: 'Mindful Health and the Power of Possibility.”
“Her revealing study, the many follow-ups it spawned and the implications of their findings are the subject of her fascinating new book Counterclockwise: "Mindful Health and the Power of Possibility."”
“Ellen Langer, a professor of psychology at Harvard and author of Counterclockwise, says if you are indeed called out for something, say, gossipping or being overly sensitive, another taboo office behavior, Give a reason, not an excuse ...”
“Counterclockwise rotation, which usually means an area of low pressure and that is what we have here, scattered showers and storms that will continue for this part of the Gulf Coast.”
“Counterclockwise from Lindon, it's Alexa, Nash, Edwin, Tiffany in the back, and Marcus making the silly face and giving Nash the bunny ears.”
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