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in tur nuh lahyz

  • v  incorporate within oneself; make subjective or personal
    internalize a belief

  • Other studies indicate that muscularity is associated with an extroverted, high-energy, domineering temperament, while an inhibited, restrained person who is likely to internalize .
  • I point this out because one of the things that is so characteristic of sex-starved wives is that when their husbands aren't interested in sex, they immediately internalize it.
  • But these foreign adoptees are far more likely to internalize their problems, suffering more commonly from depression or separation anxiety disorders.
News & Articles

  • Sucking 'Em Dry Bitchez
    The Industry Super Network released a study recently regarding the long-term effects of HFT "activities" on regular Mom and Pop investors highlighting a conservative range of loses between $1.6bn to $1.9bn annually .  This slow bleed is driven through,  well,  payment-for-order-flow which revolves around a desire to internalize (reference Part 2) various generic, simpleton style order types, you ...
    June 9, 2013 - Zero Hedge
Quotes

  • AJ Hinch in AZDiamondbacks.com
    It's a tough one,Hinch said. "The way it turned out, it's the toughest one to deal with as a team and the toughest one for me to internalize. It will be one to remember."
  • James Cameron in FOXNews
    I'd certainly work with her (Kate Winslet) again; she's very talented. Whereas Leo DiCaprio switches his acting on and off like a faucet, Kate's acting process is to internalize all this stuff and use it,Pop Tarts has exclusively learned...
  • Tzipi Livni in Jerusalem Post
    Europe must internalize that Hamas is not a group that is interested in founding a state,Livni said while meeting Foreign Minister Adrian Cioroianu.

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