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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishselvesselves /selvz/  XXthe plural of self
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selvesSuch limitations are not deficiencies but modes of behaviour that are essences of reduction, to be valued for their essential selves.Each of us struggles daily in a never-ending war between our brilliant selves and our sappy selves.Our pain lies in our bodily selves, Larry, not in our souls.Motors, by the millions, bestowed with selves, now run factories.Moving furniture, selves or prams through door.But are our bodies and our selves truly nothing more than highly complex, sophisticated machines?Silicon chips, by the billions, bestowed with selves, will redesign themselves smaller and faster and rule the motors.
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