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“Through connecting again with the victims of the 2010 earthquake, the dry bones that result from our own self-protecting isolation have come to life as well.”
“The pleasant and polite girl behind the check-in counter did offer up one final surprise before I could go collapse, as she handed me my massive brass key, which looked like it would handily open a bank safe, should I have the need, or – at the very least – use as a self-protecting weapon should one of the holy cows stray too close.”
“On its black bosom arose one of the earliest, if not the earliest, of self-protecting civilizations, which grew so mightily that it still furnishes superlatives to thinking and speaking men.”
“With its large, well-spaced buttons and self-protecting flip design, the Taho seems like a smart choice for any basic phone user.”
“Mission change does not mean the troops stop firing their rifles to protect themselves, it means they have a different goal from command on down, which is to get out and leave the cuontry to the Iraqis in an orderly and self-protecting fashion.”
“Seriously, compare the "Johnny Songbird" McCain with the "Red blooded patriot" McCain, maybe his Hanoi tapes would reveal that underachieving, self-protecting, selfish little partyboy Prince who had every Real-Maverick mistake covered up by either his Daddy's money and henchmen, (sound familiar?) or his latest wife's hi-power Arizona pop ...”
“Apologizing is fashionable and often self-protecting (like the "I was drunk" excuse) especially in the public sphere - but being sincerely contrite is strictly passé.”
“You may feel fear at first, but once you follow through a few times, it will get easier and easier, and you will most likely experience a great sense of relief and fulfillment as you move out of self-protecting and into self-honoring behaviors.”
“Cops, public prosecutors, and judges have become a self-protecting tribe that stands in opposition to the general public.”
“In fact, not only will these systems in the future be self-configuring, self-optimizing, and cognitive, they will be self-assembling, self-healing, and self-protecting.”
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