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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishself-expressionˌself-exˈpression noun [uncountable]  EXPRESSthe expression of your feelings or thoughts, especially through activities such as painting, writing, or acting Corporate dress codes don’t give workers much room for self-expression.
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self-expressionSelf-awareness self-knowledge self-possession self-control self-expression.As you will see, full, free self-expression is the essence of leadership.One of Tan's recurring motifs is self-expression or its absence.The art of self-expression becomes self-expression as art.Our day inclines to a complete frankness of self-expression.But not all choreographers had the means, resolute strength or personal charisma to forge such instruments of self-expression.Sport is one vehicle for such self-expression.In many cases, the work ethic is denigrated and impulse repression is replaced by an incitement to self-expression.
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