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  • IF THE BEATING HEART is pure theater, a playful, moody, extroverted organ cavorting in the chest, then the liver, sitting under the diaphragm, is a figurative painting, stolid and silent.†   (source)
  • He is a hulking, extroverted Mississippian who quit school after the ninth grade and fought the Germans in World War II.†   (source)
  • The speech of Texas, as big and as extroverted as that star, is another large swath of Inland Southern dialect, with its own variations and history.†   (source)
  • Unlike the more discreet Calderon, who had been recalled to her majesty's court, Argaiz's overtures were aggressive, relentless, and extraverted.†   (source)
  • Our society prizes extroversion.
  • She's an extrovert with all the qualities that make a great salesperson.
  • Like her husband, Jackie has a dazzling smile, but she is the introvert to his extrovert.†   (source)
  • The quintessential hard-core smoker, according to Eysenck, is an extrovert, the kind of person who is sociable, likes parties, has many friends, needs to have people to talk to….†   (source)
  • If you bundle all of these extroverts' traits together — defiance, sexual precocity, honesty, impulsiveness, indifference to the opinion of others, sensation seeking — you come up with an almost perfect definition of the kind of person many adolescents are drawn to.†   (source)
  • In the bank, she'd always seemed circumspect and sober, but here she's alternately intense and extroverted, with a lime-green barrette in her bobbed hair, glasses rimmed in red plastic, and orange ankle socks.†   (source)
  • In a series of large and well-designed studies of twins — particularly twins separated at birth and reared apart — geneticists have shown that most of the character traits that make us who we are — friendliness, extroversion, nervousness, openness, and so on — are about half determined by our genes and hall determined by our environment, and the assumption has always been that this environment that makes such a big difference in our lives is the environment of the home.†   (source)
  • One of the troubles in dealing with Elaine, in spite of her simplicity or ignorance, was that her nature was a sensitive one—more sensitive than Guenever's, in fact, although she lacked the power of that bold and extraverted queen.†   (source)
  • Well," he said, "there have been cases—not mine, thank God—where the patient didn't become cheerfully extroverted but became completely and cheerfully amoral."†   (source)
  • This constraint, once the world of common, extroverted experience has been renounced, can only be found in the very processes or disciplines by which art and literature have already imitated the former.†   (source)
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