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1 He found himself perpending it as an experiment in realism.
2 He rolled himself up in a blanket.
3 He stroked the name of himself with his pen.
4 He equipped himself for the journey.
5 The boy modelled himself after his father.
6 He grinned more to himself than to me.
7 He closeted himself with his councilors.
8 No wonder, he would have hurt himself and also his father because he was not mature enough to play with the knife.
9 The true artist lets nothing get between himself and his work.
10 He decided to square himself with his wife after their quarrel.
11 He worked late into the night and improvised a meal for himself.
12 His cadres would kill him, and burn the body; he would squeeze himself into a submarine; he would bite on the cyanide capsule that hung on a black string round his neck.
13 Rogers pressed himself against the windshield and clutched a wiper as the water swirled around him.
14 He tried to rejuvenate himself by performing physical exercises each day.
15 In America, there was no compensating security; it was every man for himself.
16 If something needs to be changed in BPMN, it should be removing all execution semantics, it should be designed to let the business analyst express himself or herself.
17 Seeking to present himself as heir to the New Kingdom pharaohs, Taharqa erected two temples, set into the base of the mountain, honoring the goddess consorts of Amun.
18 I suggested he should adapt himself to his new conditions.
19 He overworked himself on that new job.
20 people backing him up, he would naturally be giving himself airs and looking down his nose at everybody.
21 He embroiled himself in their argument.
22 He clothed himself in his best clothes.
23 He wanted to quit himself of any blame for our failure.
24 But what if the biggest breakthroughs come in improving man himself?
25 And let this great fact always cheer them: It is impossible for any one to be cheated out of an honorable career unless he cheats himself.
26 The 27-year-old billionaire said his decision to kill his own meat was part of a "personal challenge" he had set himself to appreciate food more and understand where it comes from.
27 Tsai jumped up, looking a little ashamed of himself, for his hunger had made him forget army discipline.
28 Tintin finds himself summoned to rescue old friends from a civil war between two Latin American warlords.
29 He adjusted himself to new conditions.
30 One of those emotions which are superior to man, which make him forget even to defend himself, seized upon the insurgents, and they approached the body with respectful awe.