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selves

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The selve concept is all about being able to personalise your shoes or boots.
A customer can bring individual design ideas into their personal shoe designs developing their unique dream-boots, ravishing court shoes or warming booties simply picking a shoe or boot style from the selve collection, then choosing from different suedes and leathers, linings, heels and sole options.
It is somewhat unexpected that the results did not evidence gender differences with respect to the total number of feared occupational selves that the youths identified.
They analyzed patterns of brain damage in 29 previously published cases of disordered selves.
However, as Michael Schoenfeldt's Bodies and Selves in Early Modern England makes clear, it is still quite possible to say important and original things about both bodies and selves, and about the ways in which early modern writers imagined each in terms of the other.
With an introduction by Iyanla Vanzant, and new works by Tananarive Due, Nikki Giovanni and Bertice Berry, the stories are presented from an intelligible point of view and this anthology gives readers permission to do what many mothers have warned us against: exploring the fullness of our sexual selves.
Like Julia in Alice Childress's Wedding Band, Sarah occupies a liminal space between blackness and whiteness, and thus can find neither a place to belong in either race nor a unified conception of self; her multiple selves and voices in the play dramatically manifest her divided consciousness and heritage.
At the same time, however, Loeb constantly reminds us that a powerful reality can be found in moving outside of our selves and forming relationships with others.
we've been told more than 100,000 times during our first 18 years of life alone has helped to create an invisible wall between our selves and our unlimited potential.
Sarah Steinberg's sun-drenched slides evoked happier times as half-bodies grew into smiling faces, then the dancing selves of the two lovers.
3) "For consumers with the means and space," Grier observes, "the way to give both social ritual and family life their due was to have both kinds of rooms, a 'best parlor' or 'drawing room' where they could express their hard-earned, hard-learned parlor selves, and a sitting room for their more private familial selves.
But the river, its fish, and the culture they spawned have become pale reflections of their former selves.