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He was dressed in severely English fashion, from the cut of his white waistcoat to the admirable poise of his white tie.
Despite the prodigality of his nature, he had poise.
The placid poise of twenty-four years without a single love affair did not fit her with a keen perception of her own feelings, and she who had never warmed to actual love was unaware that she was warming now.
And pride cannot exist without honour, nor can honour without poise.
And the chief thing demanded by these intricacies of civilisation was control, restraint--a poise of self that was as delicate as the fluttering of gossamer wings and at the same time as rigid as steel.
Tantor was a great mountain of calm, of poise, of stability.
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The company also announced the introduction of two additional products: Poise pads extra plus absorbency, a longer, more absorbent pad designed for women needing more protection in a comfortable pad, and Depend Overnight fitted briefs, the first brief in the U.
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Before the sale, Christie's head of modern British art Andre Zlattinger said Poise was "a really exceptional work, of huge beauty and appeal".
We are proud to partner with JW Marriott on the poise and grace video training series," said Wheater.