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To have doubts about oneself is the first sign of intelligence.
We don't see things as they are, but as we are.
I myself have, before becoming employed by this company, twice spoken bluntly to the people at the top.
I can't leave this to others. I'm no lifesaver but if I don't help her myself....
As they grow old, many people become unable to look after themselves.
Green plants can make their own food.
My sister saw it with her own eyes.
I must be true to myself.
I have forgotten. But you can see that for yourself when you take off his hat.
My mother gave me a pair of gloves of her own making.
By opening my mouth at the wrong time, I'm always putting myself and my pals behind the eight ball.
Michiko talks as if she had been to the Arctic herself.
She is not bad in herself.
She makes all her own clothes.
She tends to underestimate her own ability.
She felt herself torn apart.
She looked around.
She made the children clean up their own rooms.
The decision whether I should see her is mine alone.
He himself did it.

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