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“His father is one of the few, self-chosen, those who resist and therefore remain themselves.”
“Berlin for her is a place of self-chosen exile, the city where dreams have gone to become not necessarily nightmares, but wispy illusions of diligence and rectitude she must forever keep chasing.”
“As the self-chosen title of their talk highlights, Schor and Moyer are colorful characters to discuss art and activism.”
“When you're engaged in activities of "personal expressiveness," ones that are self-chosen and that reflect intrinsic goals, you're operating from the "true self," says Alan Waterman of the College of New Jersey.”
“Researchers say that this chunk, known as "intentional activity," is the best route to increasing and sustaining happiness, through self-chosen, positive experiences.”
“In the provincial, decaying Norwegian town of Odda, journalist Robert Bell is a cynical observer, relishing his self-chosen role of outsider, constantly sizing-up and judging his fellow-citizens.”
“Likewise, when society said, through the agency of its self-chosen government, that poisoning children with lead is disapproved, that did not imply — except to business managers — that poisoning them with cadmium was OK, because nobody had listed cadmium.”
“EC sends an email, quoting George Washington, the man who would not be king, on the day of his self-chosen retirement:”
“But a movie crew on location at the de Luce property distracts Flavia from her unorthodox holiday preparations— and the murder of one of the film's glamorous stars thrusts the youngster again into her self-chosen role as amateur detective.”
“The last stage is post-conventional in which the child's moral values should evolve into self-chosen actions that are based on individual's well-informed principles.”
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