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But dip your toes in the pool, feel the sun on your back and shake off that self-consciousness like a wet dog shaking off water.
Bradford v Preston Bantams' Gary MacKenzie hopes to shake off a knock while Andy Halliday and Andrew Davies are doubtful.
Hutton still has the ankle problem that kept him out of the loss at QPR while Senderos can't shake off the thigh injury that has plagued him for several weeks.
With both his star summer signings out until 2013 and Ta'Yani Clarke struggling to shake off a persistent foot injury, the rookie playcaller is praying for no further setbacks this week.
MEMBERS of Shelley Community Association are inviting people to shake off the winter blues - and the effects of too much turkey and Christmas pud - by taking part in the annual Shelley Welly Walk.
Dip squid bodies and tentacles into the milk and shake off excess - then dip in the flour.
In windy conditions the Briton had led from the gun but the relatively slow pace meant she had been unable to shake off her rivals.
The Briton led from the gun but the relatively slow pace meant she was unable to shake off her rivals.
In windy conditions the Briton had led from the gun but the relatively slow pace meant she had been unable to shake off her rivals and at 23 miles was dropped from the leading quartet as Russia's Ludmila Petrova took off followed by Tulu and France's Christelle Daunay.
BORO'S new boy Mido remains an injury doubt for Sunday's big derby against Newcastle United as he battles to shake off an ankle injury.
A movie insider said: "Like her archrival Lindsay Lohan, she wanted to shake off her cute and cuddly image and appear in a grown-up film.
New TV Spot, Titled 'Cow Shake Off,' Features Dueling Guys, Cows, and Hit Single 'Milkshake' by Kelis