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  • Submissiveness would dissipate itself in self-indulgent ways, and the individual would find himself constructing a picture of the human world which rested on self-examination, made falsely objective by studying a mirror image.

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  • Submissiveness is a desirable grace and one that will strew your pathway with peace.

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  • Submissiveness, clinging affection, humility, all the traits accounted distinctively feminine, and the natural and ever-increasing result of steady suppression of all stronger ones stood in the way of any resistance.

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  • "Submit" is the term used of wives: "obey," of children (Eph 6: 1), as there is a greater equality between wives and husbands, than between children and parents. as unto the Lord -- Submissiveness is rendered by the wife to the husband under the eye of Christ, and so is rendered to Christ Himself.

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  • Submissiveness to the prescriptions of men as necessities of nature is the lesson inculcated by all governments upon those who are wholly without participation in them.

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  • Submissiveness is an indicator of the subordinate's reproductive capacity, at least in male N. pulcher [44].

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  • (A) Discomfiture (B) Frustration (C) Submissiveness

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