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    1. Trying to repress a smile at that comment, I reply to his message :


    2. I repress a grin as Berndt gives me the thumbs up from behind Wiesse’s back


    3. I catch Simon’s eye and we both repress a smile as Sally goes bright red and Gary suddenly concentrates very hard on spooning up the last of his soup


    4. couldn’t repress an ironic smile as she sat staring at her


    5. could not repress a keen thrill of sympathy for the child, whoever it


    6. The Three have always taught her to repress any of the outbursts of energy she had so she never learned how to truly control them and now they were controlling her


    7. What I had noticed though, was Levi groaning at firstly having company, and then struggling with trying to repress the anger at who our new company was


    8. Since the Cursillo was conducted in Spanish and he was a Spanish professor, the urge to correct errors came naturally to him, yet he was forced to repress it


    9. He could not repress the thought that this lapse of memory had occurred at such a critical time


    10. He tried to repress the cramp that had begun in his outstretched right leg















































































    1. Conviction or proof? Irony of the repressed actuality of the


    2. To see a dam in your dream signifies repressed emotions or feelings that need to be released


    3. To dream about hate indicates repressed aggression and your fear of confrontations


    4. To dream of a haunted house signifies unfinished emotional business related to your childhood family, dead relatives, or repressed memories and feelings


    5. To dream that you have a rash indicates repressed anger, frustrations and annoyances


    6. It may indicate repressed sexual desires and your needs for physical and emotional love


    7. You have a command over your emotions and are confronting those feelings and inhibitions that you have repressed


    8. To dream that you are thawing food refers to emotions that you have repressed, but are ready to confront


    9. To dream that you are attacked by a tiger refers to the emotions that you have repressed because you were afraid of confronting them


    10. Alternatively, a trapdoor symbolizes discovery of something that you have repressed or stored in the subconscious

















































































    1. of us that hates and that represses and denies our hatred has remained


    2. He only represses it


    3. This illustrates how civilization represses, suppresses, stifles, denies, our healthy genetic yearnings… and turns them into sick-twisted yearnings… incoherent urges that are stifled and blocked so deeply: they only can surface in convoluted, distorted zigzag paths that destroy the pure intent of our blind healthy instinctive energy trying to get out of us


    4. � That seemingly single voice also comments on the meaning of the world around us through a generally negative perspective, and it generally represses anything that speaks in a positive way, interred and interred over and over again


    5. This mechanism represses the body's normal defenses against harsh chemicals entering into delicate lungs that were only designed for clean air


    6. Ciere represses a shiver


    1. Repressing the urge to go and comfort him, I turn my attention to the document he’s given me


    2. Repressing issues and energies stops this from


    3. Truth is that when you are repressing or restricting flow in any way you


    4. They probably were using material possessions as a psychological pacifier of sorts to help distract them from the unpleasant reality that they had created for themselves, as well as to aid them in repressing their somber feelings regarding their otherwise bleak emotional and spiritual existence


    5. Repressing and denying the creative/sexual energy has led to


    6. already started avoiding money by repressing his creativity, his


    7. Repressing an attack of panic, he reached out for something solid


    8. repressing inside of myself would surface


    9. His initial experiments involved repressing the feet and


    10. Around the time of the riddle lottery, Aureliano Segundo began waking up with a knot in his throat, as if he were repressing a desire to weep














































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