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unself-consciousness

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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.

    In the Fullness of Time

  • All displayed their feelings with utter unself-consciousness.

    A Happy Marriage

  • 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.

    The Italian Summer

  • 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.

    The Italian Summer

  • 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.

    The Italian Summer

  • All displayed their feelings with utter unself-consciousness.

    A Happy Marriage

  • 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.

    The Italian Summer

  • 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.

    Childhood Unbound

  • 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.

    The Italian Summer

  • 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.

    Childhood Unbound

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