DISARM


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DISARMDestructive Self-Talk Awareness and Refusal Method (addiction treatment)
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Immediately the Belgian sought the Arab who had been left in charge of the camp during Achmet Zek's absence, and again his boldness disarmed suspicion and won the acceptance of his false explanation of his return.
There never was a new prince who has disarmed his subjects; rather when he has found them disarmed he has always armed them, because, by arming them, those arms become yours, those men who were distrusted become faithful, and those who were faithful are kept so, and your subjects become your adherents.
On the way back they found the man who had been disarmed bending over his wounded comrade.
In one moment Cornelius was disarmed, and Gryphus raised and supported; and, bellowing with rage and pain, he was able to count on his back and shoulders the bruises which were beginning to swell like the hills dotting the slopes of a mountain ridge.
The Spaniards, indeed, despised them, and especially, having thus disarmed them, made light of their threatenings; but the two Englishmen resolved to have their remedy against them, what pains soever it cost to find them out.
To please her, I tried again, but again the animal's lows and tears disarmed me.
"But she is so beautiful!" exclaimed the Scarecrow, as if that fact disarmed all criticism.
One man dropped with a bullet in his brain; a sword flew clattering across the deck and dropped over the edge beyond as I disarmed one of my opponents and the third went down with my blade buried to the hilt in his breast and three feet of it protruding from his back, and falling wrenched the sword from my grasp.
With a quick wrench he disarmed the fellow, and then, holding him before them as a shield, he backed slowly beside Abdul toward the little door which led into the inner courtyard.
Two I had disarmed, and one was down, when several more rushed to the aid of their new ruler, and to avenge the death of the old.
In his time they armed gentlemen, not disarmed them.
But Winthrop and the ministers being the most powerful, they disarmed and imprisoned Mrs.