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" When a man wishes to show that he cannot prevent something being done, or cannot himself do something, does he shrug his shoulders, turn inwards his elbows, extend outwards his hands and open the palms; with the eyebrows raised? "
The Journal of the Anthropological institute - Seite 87
von Royal anthropological institute - 1882
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Notes and Queries on China and Japan, Bände 1-2

1867
...with Europeans ? 12. Is laughter ever carried to such an extreme as to bring tears into the eyes ? 13. When a man wishes to show that he cannot prevent something being done, or cannot himself do something, does he shrug his shoulders, turn inwards his elbows, extend outwards his hands, and open the palms...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1868
...with Europeans? 12. Is laughter ever carried to such an extreme as'to bring tears into the eyes? 13. When a man wishes to show that he cannot prevent something being done, or cannot himself do something, does he shrug his shoulders, turn inwardi» his elbows, extend outwards his hands, and open the palms...
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The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals

Charles Darwin - 1872 - 374 Seiten
...Europeans ? (12.) Is laughter ever carried to such an extreme as to bring tears into the eyes ? (13.) When a man wishes to show that he cannot prevent something being done, or cannot himself do something, does he shrug his shoulders, turn inwards his elbows, extend outwards his hands •• and open the...
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The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals

Charles Darwin - 1873 - 374 Seiten
...(12.) Is laughter ever carried to such an extreme as to bring tears into the eyes? (13.) When a mau wishes to show that he cannot prevent something being done, or cannot himself do something, does he shrug his shoulders, turn inwards his elbows, extend outwards his hands and open the palms...
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The Emotions

James McCosh - 1880 - 255 Seiten
...spit out of the mouth. Laughter may be carried to such an extreme as to bring tears into the eyes. When a man wishes to show that he cannot prevent something being done, or cannot himself do something, he is apt to shrug his shoulders, turn inwards his elbows, extend outwards his hands, and open the palms,...
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Psychology: The Motive Powers, Emotions, Conscience, Will

James McCosh - 1887 - 267 Seiten
...spit out of the mouth. Laughter may be carried to such an extreme as to bring tears into the eyes. When a man wishes to show that he cannot prevent something being done, or cannot himself do something, he is apt to shrug his shoulders, turn inwards his elbows, extend outwards his hands, and open the palms,...
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The Emotions

James McCosh - 1890 - 255 Seiten
...spit out of the mouth. Laughter may be carried to such, an extreme as to bring tears into the eyes. When a man wishes to show that he cannot prevent something being doue, or cannot himself do something, he is apt to shrug his shoulders, turn inwards his elbows, extend...
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Notes and Queries on Anthropology

Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland - 1892 - 242 Seiten
...with Europeans ? 12. Is laughter ever carried to such an extreme as to bring tears into the eyes ] 13. When a man wishes to show that he cannot prevent something being done, or cannot himself do something, does he shrug his shoulders, turn inwards his elbows, extend outwards his hands and open the palms,...
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Charles Darwin's Works: The expression of the emotions in man and animals

Charles Darwin, Sir Francis Darwin - 1896
...Europeans ? (12.) Is laughter ever carried to such an extreme as to bring tears into the eyes ? (13.) When a man wishes to show that he cannot prevent something being done, or cannot himself do something, does he shrug his shoulders, turn inwards his elbows, extend outwards hia hands and open the palms...
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Notes and Queries on Anthropology

John George Garson, Sir Charles Hercules Read - 1899 - 252 Seiten
...with Europeans? 12. Is laughter ever carried to such an extreme as to bring tears into the eyes ? 13. When a man wishes to show that he cannot prevent something being done, or cannot himself do something, does he shrug his shoulders, turn inwards his elbows, extend outwards his hands and open the palms,...
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