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ROLESRestrictiveness Of Living Environments Scale (psychology)
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He forgot that the lady to whom an injudicious management had assigned the role of heroine in
Mingott's roused him to a sense of what the clan thought they had the right to exact from a prospective son-in-law; and he chafed at the role.
I saw myself, too, from the dramatic standpoint, and I was pleased with my role of the trusted friend bringing back the errant husband to his forgiving wife.
Instead, during our long residence here, he has been uniformly consistent in his role of protector and provider.
Our good and wonderful sovereign has to perform the noblest role on earth, and he is so virtuous and noble that God will not forsake him.
It was the same corridor and the same Mahars that I had intended to have lead so important a role in our escape from Phutra.
She leaned towards her neighbour on the other side and Major Thomson was able to resume the role of attentive observer, a role which seemed somehow his by destiny.
And so Martin's role was arranged for him, while he, led on by Arthur and Norman, was meditating an extravagance.
His first idea of the role he would play was that of a free and independent American who chose to work with his hands and no explanations given.
The hostess assumed the ungrateful role of "the millionaire's eldest son," and implored her expiring parent not to dislocate Society by allowing such vast sums to pass out of the family.
It was Soapy's design to assume the role of the despicable and execrated "masher.
These are merely a few of the things that went through my mind, and are related for the sake of vindicating myself in advance in the weak and helpless role I was destined to play.