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(1) Is aggression an essential part of the human psyche?
(2) Her work touches something profound in the human psyche.
(3) He portrays the psyche as poly-centric.
(4) A characteristic of the feminine psyche is to seek approval from others.
(5) She knew, at some deep level of her psyche, that what she was doing was wrong.
(6) Psyche cried out that she would never do so.
(7) Eros and Psyche is in pigskin.
(8) The psyche begins a few strides behind third base.
(9) Psyche, from the regions which Are holy land!
(10) Not just his psyche, but the human psyche throughout time.
(11) We delve deeply into the psyche for memories of past experience and sensation to judge any work of art.
(12) He has comforted the national psyche without involving big new bureaucracies.
(13) That was the worst task yet, as Psyche saw when she approached the waterfall.
(14) First, you must expand your psyche to accommodate the bigger and better.
(15) Upon a wilderness of ocean the human psyche makes a reckoning with its own essential loneliness.
(16) On the high hilltop in the darkness Psyche sat, waiting for she knew not what terror.
(17) Psyche, aghast, felt terror flooding her heart instead of love.
(18) She spent her life plumbing the mysteries of the human psyche.
(19) His exploration of the myth brings insight into the American psyche.
(20) Peru is a very traditional country, and embedded in its psyche is a love of ceremony.
(21) Psychologists try to plumb the deepest mysteries of the human psyche.
(22) In Middle-earth, then[sentencedict.com], both good and evil function as external powers and as inner impulses from the psyche.
(23) While this may be true, we should remember the fragility and plasticity of the human psyche.
(24) The closure of this pit has left an open wound in their collective psyche.
(25) Foods to boost your physique, your intelligence or your psyche are already taking advantage of this legal loophole.
(26) Again we find a mystery of distortions, both of the psyche, and of the historical facts of Cretan religious practice.
(27) And Ariadne herself personifies the passively courageous, endlessly resourceful, and lovingly restorative element in every psyche.
(28) Those three momentous days still play a powerful role in the national psyche. Sentencedict.com
(29) But when one begins to consciously organize knowledge and shape it into practical patterns, the psyche divides against itself.
(30) I've pursued him down the disappearing paths of my own psyche.
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