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As we see, the desire to remove oneself from earth does not result in the ability to master desire.
One cannot remove oneself from this business by intoning, "Democracy is not only limited to what happens at the ballot box.
Observation - the art of the innocent voyeur - was Sam's preferred state-of-being; to remove oneself from the situation and be able to view it from above, from below; to be without, not within.
There is a suggestion of will here, of choosing to remove oneself from the temple and its precincts.
I agree with Ray Anderson and why not take his advice and remove oneself and one's neighbours to somewhere more fitting to your status - maybe Buckingham Palace
Whilst technically not allowed, negotiating complex, cycle unfriendly junctions it is possible to safely use a pedestrian free pavement to assist the overall flow of traffic and to remove oneself from a potentially dangerous situation.
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If the objective of a good vacation is to wholly remove oneself from normalcy, I have already succeeded.
It is important to set aside a few minutes each day to play, whether it is to remove oneself from life's daily stresses or simply to spend time with those you love.
The origin of the name Carnival is derived from the Latin carnemlevare, or "to remove oneself from meat.
This appears to have started in 12th-century Rome - the Latin term ``carnem-levare'' means to remove oneself from meat or flesh.