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1, We now know that repressing anger is a contributory factor in many physical illnesses.
2, Neither of us cries but we are obviously repressing deep emotions, and peo-ple, sensing this, avert their gaze.
3, Repressing your worries and bottling up your feelings will probably make you feel worse.
4, Other nations condemned the ruler for repressing dissent.
5, Denying or repressing sorrow often seems the easiest way out when confronted with death.
6, Mousavi went on to attack the government for repressing student protests. Mr.
7, Each time when my thought came true,(http://sentencedict.com/repressing.html) I repressing the joy feeling my heart.
8, They should also question the university for repressing students and students organizations'free speech and activities.
9, Croft was repressing a violent rage.
10, Meanwhile Danglars, repressing all emotion advanced to meet the receiver - general.
11, Repressing anger was more dangerous to a person's health than expressing it.
12, The police were widely criticized for their role in repressing the protest movement.
13, Injury to official reputation affords no more warrant for repressing speech that would otherwise be free than does factual error.
14, In particular, there was widespread resentment against the police for the role which they had played in repressing the movement.
15, Smiling is not as noticeable in China, since there is a heavy emphasis on repressing emotion.
16, The educational investment really has a social effect of repressing the population growth.
17, This Pentacle is of great value against adversaries; and of especial use in repressing the pride of the Spirits.
18, The invisible investigation can resolve this problem better and carry out the purpose repressing corruption.
19, The first step to vibrant health, is to detoxify the body of health - repressing toxins and pollutants.
20, Objective : To inquire into the function of magnetic field in repressing the metal corrosion.
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