self-parody

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self-
otomatik
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öz

Onun özverisi takdire değer. - His self-denial is admirable.

Hatam, özgüvenimi zayıflatmadı. - My failure did not weaken my self-confidence.

self-
(Kimya) önek öz-
self-
kendinden

Tom kendinden çok emin. - Tom is very self-confident.

self-
(önek) kendi
İngilizce - İngilizce
Self-parody is a way of performing or behaving in which you exaggerate and make fun of the way you normally perform or behave. By the end of his life, Presley's vocals often descended close to self-parody
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automatic
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of, by, in or with oneself or itself
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Indivisible life as a whole, One without a second The Self does not change at all Unborn, undying, unmoved, unseen, unheard – it simply is
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Pure Awareness without thought and individual identification of any kind
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the individual person; the ego; the knower; that which persists through changes in a person
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Combination of spirit and soul conveniently considered as an entity; spiritsoul
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Self-coloured: Describes a flower with a uniform colour
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your consciousness of your own identity
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Self- is used to form words which describe something such as a device that does something automatically by itself. a self-loading pistol
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Determination - ability of an individual or an organization to make decisions concerning issues that affect it
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cells or organs recognized as not foreign by the immune system
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a person considered as a unique individual; "one's own self"
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To place pollen from a male flower on a female flower on the same plant; a plant resulting from such pollination Self-pollination, hence 'selfing'
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Self- is used to form words which indicate that you do something to yourself or by yourself. He is a self-proclaimed racist. self-destructive behaviour
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used as a combining form; relating to--of or by or to or from or for--the self; "self-knowledge"; "self-proclaimed"; "self-induced"
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The part of us that experiences itself as ‘I am’ It’s eternal The part of us that’s in all of our past lives Also called spirit Also called the conscious awareness
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12/97Dynamic object-oriented language for applications, Sun, 1986-90
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material that is part of an individual organism <ability of the immune system to distinguish ~ from nonself>
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our true Identity as Son of God; synonymous with Christ, the Second Person of the Trinity, and contrasted with the ego self we made as a substitute for God's creation; used rarely to refer to the Self of God
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An iris in one solid colour
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In determining whether an individual poses a direct threat to others, an individualized assessment should be made based on reasonable judgment That judgment should rely on current medical evidence or the best available objective evidence in order to determine the nature, severity and duration of the risk, the probability of potential injury, and whether reasonable modifications of policies, practices or procedures will mitigate the risk
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combining form; oneself or itself; "self-control"
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our sense of personal identity (who we think we are) that is a social product and develops over the life course
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The name given to the anonymous object used in a navigation expression to identify the starting point of the navigation; the anonymous object assumed to have detected the event or received the message in a statechart
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The -self words may be used in only two ways
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(bloom color category)refers to an iris with all petals of one color
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(with a small "s"): the ego, personality, or lower mind
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A cat's coat which has the same color all over
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