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He spoke with such self-confidence that his hearers could not be sure whether what he said was very witty or very stupid.
He could not swim, and the water was very deep; but still he lost no particle of that self-confidence and resourcefulness which were the badges of his superior being.
Only now did I realize how I had learned to lean upon my companions, upon the serene self-confidence of Challenger, and upon the masterful, humorous coolness of Lord John Roxton.
When the gates had been once more secured the self-confidence of the savages returned, and as Tarzan walked up the village street toward the chief's hut he was surrounded by a host of curious men, women, and children.
Self-confidence is trust in your uniqueness (or, difference).
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It is easier yourself -it is your self-When we talk about self-confidence then, we are talking about the trust we have in our own abilities.
It is easier yourself -it is your When we talk about self-confidence then, we are talking about the trust we have in our own abilities.
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Objective: To evaluate the perception and self-confidence of Pakistan Army nurses regarding family presence during resuscitation of a family member.
In addition, the self-confidence of CLP patients was also adversely affected.
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