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THE BOOK OF TELLS

THE BOOK OF TELLS Psychiatry, 51 (4), 378-84; Kenner, A. N. (1993) 'A cross-cultural study of body-focused hand movement'. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 17(4) 263-79; Morris, D. (1994) Bodytalk The Meaning of Human Gestures. New York: Crown Publishers. 11 Harrigan, J. A., and O'Connell, D. M. (1996) 'How do you look when feeling anxious?' Personality and Individual Differences, 21(2), 205-12. See also Leventhal, H., and Sharp, E. (1965) 'Facial expressions as indicators of distress'. In S. Tomkins and C. Izard (eds), Affect, Cognition and Personality. New York: Springer Verlag. 12 Milgram, S. (1974) Obedience to Authority. New York: Harper & Row. 13 Farabee, D. J., Holcom, M. L., Ramsey, S. L., and Cole, S. G. (1993) 'Social anxiety and speaker gaze in a persuasive atmosphere'. Journal of Research in Personality, 27(4), 365-76. 14 Stern, J. A. (1992) 'The eye blink: affective and cognitive influences'. In D. C. Forgays, T. Sosnowski and K. Wrzesniewski (eds), Anxiety: Recent Developments in Cognitive, Psychophysiological and Health Research. Washington: Hemisphere. 15 Bell, C. (1847) The Anatomy and Philosophy of Expression, as Connected with the Fine Arts. London: John Murray. 16 Jackson, D. D. (1985) 'From the lungs to larynx to lip, it's jitter, shimmer and blip'. Smithsonian, 6 (July), 78. 17 Ellgring, H., and Scherer, K. R. (1996) 'Vocal indicators of mood change in depression'. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 20(2), 83-110. 18 Siegman, A. W. (1987) 'The telltale voice: nonverbal messages of verbal communication'. In A. W. Siegman and S. Feldstein (eds), Nonverbal Behavior and Communication. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum; Siegman, A. W., and Boyle, S. (1993) 'Voices of fear and anxiety and depression: the effects of speech rate and loudness on fear and anxiety and depression'. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 102(3), 430-7. 19 Murray, D. C. (1971) 'Talk, silence and anxiety'. Psychological Bulletin, 75, 244-60; Rochester, S. R. (1973) 'The significance of pauses in spontaneous speech'. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 2, 51-81. 9. Sexual Tells 1 Eibl-Eibesfeldt, I. (1971) Love and Hate: The Natural History of Behavior Patterns. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston; Morris, D. (1971) Intimate Behaviour. London: Jonathan Cape; Singh, D., and Young, R. K. (1995) 'Body weight, waist-to-hip ratio, breasts, and hips: role in judgments of 370

NOTES female attractiveness and desirability for relationships'. Ethology and Sociobiology, 16, 483-507; Furnham, A., Dias, M., and McClelland, A. (1998) 'The role of body weight, waist-to-hip ratio, and breast size in judgments of female attractiveness'. Sex Roles, 3/4, 311-26. 2 Lloyd-Elliott, M. (1995) Secrets of Sexual Body Language. London: Hamlyn. 3 Buss, D. (1994) The Evolution of Desire. New York: Basic Books. 4 Perper,T. (1985) Sex Signals: The Biology of Love. Philadelphia: IS1 Press; Perper, T. (1989) 'Theories and observations on sexual selection and female choice in human beings'. Medical Anthropology, 11(4), 409-54. 5 Burton, R. (1621) The Anatomy of Melancholy. Oxford: Henry Cripps. 6 Birdwhistell, R. (1970) Kinesics and Context. New York: Ballantine. 7 Moore, M. M. (1985) 'Nonverbal courtship patterns in women: context and consequences'. Ethology and Sociobiology, 6, 237-47. 8 Wiley, R. H. (1991) 'Lekking in birds and mammals; behavioral and evolutionary issues'. Advances in the Study of Behavior, 20, 201-91. 9 Krebs, J. R., and Dawkins, R. D. (1984) 'Animal signals: mind-reading and manipulation'. In J. R. Krebs and N. B. Davies (eds), Behavioral Ecology: An Evolutionary Approach. Sunderland, MA: Sinauer. 10 Grammer, K., Jutte, A., and Fischmann, B. (1997) 'Der Kampf der Geschlecter und der Krieg der Signale'. In B. Kanitscheider (ed.), Liebe, Lust und Leidenschaft: Sexualitat im Spiegel der Wissenschaft. Stuttgart: Hirzel; Penton-Voak, I. S., Perrett, D. I., Castles, D. L., Kobayashi, T, Burt, D. M., Murray, L. K., and Minamisawa, R. (1999) 'Menstrual cycle alters face preferences'. Nature, 399, 741-2. 11 Walsh, D. C, and Hewitt, J. (1985) 'Giving men the come-on: effect of eye contact and smiling in a bar environment'. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 61, 873-4. 12 Moore, M. M. (1985) 'Nonverbal courtship patterns in women: context and consequences'. Ethology and Sociobiology, 6, 237-47. 1 3 Kleinke, C. L. (1986) 'Gaze and eye contact: a research review'. Psychological Bulletin, 100(1), 78-100; Lizuka, Y. (1992) 'Eye contact in dating couples and unacquainted couples'. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 75, 457-61. 1 4 Walsh, D. G., and Hewitt, J. (1985) 'Giving men the come-on: effect of e ye contact and smiling in a bar environment'. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 6 1, 873-4. 15 Givens, D. B. (1978) 'The nonverbal basis of attraction: flirtation, courtship, and seduction'. Psychiatry, 41, 346-59; Givens, D. B. (1983) Love Signals: How to Attract a Mate. New York: Crown. 371

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    Also by Peter Collett Foreign Bodie

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS A BANTAM BOOK: 0

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    Contents Acknowledgements 1 Tells 2

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    Spiecker, Martine Stewart, Michael

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS purpose other tha

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS lay false trails.

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS recognize as tell

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS often identify th

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS look out for micr

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS Similarly, when w

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS Counterfeit tells

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS sign of helplessn

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS reasonably assume

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS pre-emptive prope

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS own actions - it'

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS don't even know t

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    2. Dominant Tells When we meet peop

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS of the need to 'r

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS about how importa

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS stance than women

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS the 'crotch-yank'

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS Because they conv

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS one where the int

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS Superficially all

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS much more likely

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS how the eyes are

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS an air of perpetu

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS Yawning Tells Eve

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS adult males than

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS speech style so a

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS attempting to be

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS Looking round the

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS talkative and inf

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS things that appea

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS elongated and the

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS appeasement. Cons

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS reduces the threa

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS substitution tell

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS Head Tells Charle

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS to identify how t

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS to find ways of l

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS lifting the visor

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS completed what he

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS point out that wh

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS the resulting exp

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS opinions about bl

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS several minutes,

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS true, boss, you w

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS • SIMPLIFYING.

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    4. Conversation Tells The most obvi

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS As we saw in the

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS you started talki

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS talk. Interrupter

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS to eliminate the

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS a way that minimi

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS the speaker does

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS 'place-dropping'

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS Before you've had

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS used to show that

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS THE STRADDLE STAN

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS movement to depar

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS when you consider

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS Hair Tells One of

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS up the stairs so

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS people's behaviou

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS also come from th

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS distinguishes the

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS necessarily sound

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS reflects the temp

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS Adulation Tells A

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS The Adoring Wife

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS Iconic Hand Gestu

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS of tearing into o

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS people, insults a

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS Insults are the E

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS deciding in advan

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS - it's far better

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS Political intervi

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS 'negative back-ch

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS Transition Tells

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS convey messages o

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS include, who cont

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS other person for

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS hand is below, in

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS talking and smili

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS friendly. Kennedy

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS trying to figure

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS arm round the oth

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS woman he knows an

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS kisses were not t

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS • VOCALIZED KIS

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS Another strategy

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS woman realizes th

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS not because they

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS competing with ea

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    7. Royal Tells On a state visit to

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS Elizabeth, the Qu

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS idea that laughte

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS Queen usually ado

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS • THE HANDBAG.

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS superiors. Touch,

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS to shake hands, a

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS than any other wa

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS cuff. This is Cha

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS talking to people

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS - someone who was

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS action occurs whe

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS have high levels

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS People can detect

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS anxious and despo

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS his keys it shows

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS activities' which

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS By covering their

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    THE BOOK OF TELLS ANXIETY TELLS 232

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    ANXIETY TELLS suddenly, to last lon

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    ANXIETY TELLS the amount of time th

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    ANXIETY TELLS being noticed, but be

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    ANXIETY TELLS linguists call 'funda

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    ANXIETY TELLS as to their desire to

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    SEXUAL TELLS 'primary sexual charac

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    SEXUAL TELLS between courtship sign

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    SEXUAL TELLS animated, while the ma

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    SEXUAL TELLS • SCANNING. People m

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    SEXUAL TELLS are in the middle of t

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    SEXUAL TELLS attractive man she can

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    SEXUAL TELLS Flirting Tells Flirtin

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    SEXUAL TELLS Leg Tells Women also t

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    SEXUAL TELLS The last time I saw th

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    SEXUAL TELLS the way that young peo

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    SEXUAL TELLS been recognized. Writi

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    SEXUAL TELLS the sixteenth century,

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    SEXUAL TELLS Touching Tells Courtsh

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    SEXUAL TELLS watch Hugh Grant on sc

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    SEXUAL TELLS voice is big and muscu

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    SEXUAL TELLS were keen to get toget

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    SEXUAL TELLS have shown that people

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    SEXUAL TELLS In contrast to the sig

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    SEXUAL TELLS don't have the resourc

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    SEXUAL TELLS mean anything. The oth

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    LYING TELLS when they're given a pr

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    LYING TELLS in their ability to det

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    LYING TELLS • MULTIPLE CAUSES. Pe

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    LYING TELLS speed up. In this kind

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    LYING TELLS There is, however, a su

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    LYING TELLS The Mouth-cover is an i

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    LYING TELLS Smiling Tells Of all th

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    LYING TELLS Micro-tells When people

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    LYING TELLS the eyes bulging and th

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    LYING TELLS SMOKESCREENS. Liars oft

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    LYING TELLS work involved in produc

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    11. Foreign Tells When people speak

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    FOREIGN TELLS Action Tells Shibbole

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    FOREIGN TELLS with a very light gri

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    FOREIGN TELLS around. If he's serio

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    FOREIGN TELLS side of the mouth are

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    FOREIGN TELLS always talking, wheth

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  • Page 390 and 391: THE BOOK OF TELLS men sexual signal
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