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|So to generalize, when a man is mean in an argument, chances are he is trying |
to deny feelings of shame and ... Now based on my analysis so far, you might
expect that the husband in this case was unkempt or at least had a big coffee
stain on his tie. ... So this man felt ashamed about what in his status-conscious
circle would appear to be an educational deficiency. ... and to feel failure in
interpersonal relationships, men are more likely to experience shame in relation
to performance, ...
|Finding that the truths which he spoke made no impression on the Pharisees, he |
and his disciples again crossed the sea of ... Upon their landing at Hethsaida, he
gradually cured a blind man, by anointing his eyes with spittle. ... and that if they
were ashamed to own him and his truths amid wicked men, he would disdain to
own them at his glorious appearance. ... He had scarcely uttered this
inconsiderate request, when a bright cloud received the prophets to heaven ; and
the voice of ...
|Women worry if their breasts are the right size and if their bodies fit the proper |
image of attractiveness. Men obsess about the ... Men in particular are often
ashamed about their sexual performance. Experiences of ... He had been so
ashamed that he developed a strategy: from now on he would always use drugs
before sex. Sometimes the ... He could say to his partner, "I'm too stoned now."
Other men ...
|And machines may not boast, nor feel proud of their performance, nor claim |
personal merit for it, nor applause and praise. It is an ... A brave man does not
CREATE his bravery. He is entitled to no personal credit for possessing it. It is
born to ...
|He that hath set his hand to the plough, and looketh hack " " With regard to our |
canons," replied Norris, " they are a ... But why, ' said Lady Mary, blushing as she
spoke, "should any gentleman behave so in a brown coat, as he should be
ashamed to do in ... If a man, my dear Lady Mary," said Norris, a had one fiftieth
part of your goodness and simplicity, he might even wear ... said Norris, " in the
least: for, to a person who is not scrupulously nice in the performance of his 216
|LETTER XCI Bath, June 28, 1742. f\ear Boy : Your promises give me great |
pleasure ; and your performance of them, which I rely upon, will give me still
greater. ... When I was of your age, I should have been ashamed if any boy of that
age had learned his book better, or played at any ... to say that he would rather
be the first in a village than the second in Rome ; and he even cried when he saw
the statue ...
|The UH-lH always appeared to me to have an odd look, somewhat like a |
scorpion lifting its tail, as it tilted forward on takeoff, but this time ... Major James
repeated the basic checks to be sure that some stray round had not made the
machine unflyable. While he did that, I checked on the two wounded men. ... if he
had any other wounds that we could not see. ... He sobbed deeply and told me
that he was ashamed to leave his team behind, and worse, he was ashamed to
have failed me ...
|It was in the middle of summer, but the service we were recommended to attend |
did not begin till it was dark. ... Suddenly changing his tone, which had been that
of sober, accurate description, into the shrill voice of horror, he bent forward his
head, as if to gaze on some object beneath the pulpit, and made known to us
what he saw in the pit that seemed to open ... Resolved, That this society be
exclusively the working men and mechanics society ; that no member's religious
or political ...
|He is not ashamed of his profession ; he does wear a white cravat, eke gown and |
hands, when he preaches, and does not ... radiate nut his meaning, so that even
foreigners, who knew not a word of English, would be made to feel that he is an
orator. ... but they left solemn impressions of divine truth on the whole nature of
man, as if they had been original revelations. ... His next performance was a
sermon upon ' Hades,' which, as it occasioned some preshyterial investigation,
we shall ...
|In the course of this performance, a husband being resolved to ensure the fidelity |
of his wife, applies a padlock to her on the stage. ... are prefixed ; as if the author,
or editor, was determined to match his obscenity with au equal degree of
profaneness. ... Had he the srnallest " shaia of philosophy, he would " know that
our bashfulness, so " remarkable to foreigners, is a ... Nature could mean none,
ex- " cept she meaned that man should " be ashamed of his creation ; it " shall
only be ...