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1. It's an absolutely instinctive reaction—if a child falls you pick it up.
2. Our instinctive reaction when someone causes us pain is to strike back.
3. He tried to conceal his instinctive revulsion at the idea.
4. Set aside for a moment your instinctive dislike of the man.
5. My instinctive reaction was to deny everything.
6. She had dismissed the instinctive feeling before, but it was still there, and Glyn had merely heightened it.
7. The pattern they follow is instinctive and also specifically geographical.
8. My reaction was purely instinctive.
9. Some instinctive appreciation of this fact may have given rise to the mystique which surrounded ￡40 a year in contemporary culture.
10. That kind of instinctive, indefatigable willingness to engage is a gift, Mr Caen, as unteachable as it is unbuyable.
11. This can be instinctive and it can also be perfected and developed.
12. But pure, instinctive reaction moves his body out of harm's way.
13. But his instinctive response is direct.
14. Middlemass's reaction was both instinctive and deeply satisfying.
15. By inhibiting our initial instinctive action we have the choice to make entirely different decisions.
16. It is a mental process which is so much part of ourselves that it may almost be called instinctive.
17. Most trade unionists had been indifferent to any political theory beyond an instinctive syndicalism which was itself largely confined to industrial disputes.
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18. Were those somehow frightening sensations of pleasure followed by an instinctive guilt and terrible anticipation?
19. He developed his original perspective from Bowlby's ideas about man's instinctive needs to maintain close attachments.
20. Mitchell therefore insists on relations between men, women and children having an instinctive as well as a purely social basis.
21. The higher, reasoning brain has handed control over to the instinctive brain.
22. But without man's akashic linkage he would not have the instinctive perception of cosmic order enabling such mental processes to exist.
23. It includes innate male aggression and, as recognised by some ethologists, an emphasis on instinctive territoriality.
24. Jaq suspected that their recycling and export trade had practically become instinctive.
25. The less the capacity to learn and consider, the greater is the habit instinctive.
26. With other creatures, their communications are largely a matter of instinctive patterning.
27. The basic mind structure will always be there, but even instinctive patterns require training.
28. That, thought Dalgliesh, would point to premeditation, or to the instinctive precaution of a knowledgeable expert.
29. So, goes the conspiracy, the Foreign Office can now give free rein to its instinctive Arabism.
30. Sexology and psychology had proved that men and women had the same instinctive need for pleasure and fulfilment.
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