In simultaneously vulgar, hilarious and self-examining
voice-over, the bedridden Elvis ruminates on sex, how he done Priscilla wrong and the indignities of being thought of by everyone else as being as delusional as his best geriatric pal, former President John F.
Weinstock noted, only 42% of patients reported self-examining
the soles of their feet, while 100% reported self-examining
their skin from the waist up.
Angry, pro- black radical beat/soul poetry to bongos and drums, self-examining
and critical of those unwilling to .
Rumination" - that's what all this gloomy self-examining
is called - is a symptom of depression, not a cure.
4) For many years these trials had been carried out internally by self-examining
bodies electing partisan juries, and disagreement generally arose only because of tensions among the various groups participating in the event.
In the family confines the narrator's self-examining
diffidence combines with his solitary "Checkpoint Charlie" defenses to reinforce the family distancing mechanisms even as he observes them, resulting in pages of dazzling talk about talk while little actually happens.
The lump in her breast was detected by her GP during a routine examination ( despite the fact that widowed Elsie, of Linton Road, in Whitley Bay, had been self-examining
After all, letters both burnish and tarnish a correspondent's image, especially if they are candid and self-examining