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“But now that my “real” tooth has restored me to my former state of unself-consciousness, I do feel rather lucky to have had so gentle a preview of the greater indignities yet to come.”
“All displayed their feelings with utter unself-consciousness.”
“What was new under the sun was the casual unself-consciousness of the kids, the ordinariness of it, often without a trace of kid-teen rebellion against an adult establishment.”
“It seemed part of a general corporeal shamelessness, an acceptance of the appetites and their results, a comfortable unself-consciousness, lying down for a half snooze, a piece of dream, only to be called back into the water by the happy voice of one of the girls.”
“Here, thousands of miles to the east, the silken web was constructed in just the same fashion, and Davide maneuvered us through it with the same ease and unself-consciousness.”
“No, I didn't think Lindsay would have perfect grammar in a Blackberry post, but the whole thing is just ridiculous in its unself-consciousness and bizarre rambling.”
“It seemed such a blatantly sexual gesture that Branding was taken aback, until the innocence and unself-consciousness of her expression reassured him.”
“I am a bad dancer too and I hadn't the unself-consciousness of Pyle-or had I possesed it, I wondered, in the days when I was first in love with Phuong?”
“This great character-forming machine is remarkable for an unself-consciousness which gives it enormous strength and elasticity.”
“Your face and hands are so brown," she replied, with a frankness which was robbed of all offense by her placidity and unself-consciousness.”
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