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The only thing I cannot do is derive enjoyment from the sensation.
You’re far more likely to derive enjoyment from your running if you have a definite reason to keep going.
Why cannot somebody derive enjoyment from different genres of music?
He sounded amused, as if he once again derived enjoyment from their encounter.
Members seek to understand our ocean, derive enjoyment from observations of marine life and are committed to its protection.
Children should be able to derive enjoyment from reading and learn to realise the value of all types of printed materials.
Notwithstanding, many people derive enjoyment from wallowing in peculiar, curious, and unfamiliar words, which often provide a source of amusement.
Suddenly he became aware that he was not the only person present who was deriving enjoyment from the scent of the meal.
A PSW needs to be tolerant of every day life, have patience and derive enjoyment from making a difference.
Most importantly the P.E. lessons provide opportunities to attain success and to derive enjoyment from active participation.
In particular, seemingly altruistic acts must be performed because people derive enjoyment from them and are therefore, in reality, egoistic.
We were formed in 1984, with the express purpose to enable children and young people living in and around Frome, to derive enjoyment from singing.
It is sufficient that the fact is undeniable- the fact that man derives enjoyment from his perception of equality.
He additionally derives enjoyment from rubbing his own success in Alan's face and further complicating Alan's situations just for the fun of it.
They do so because they derive enjoyment from them (as they do from whisky or a Marlboro Light).
However the most important feature of your membership is that you derive enjoyment from the Society activities and from the success you achieve with your own growing.
The primary reason you should adopt or rescue or buy a pet is to give that pet a loving home and to derive enjoyment from the relationship .
For example, some self-employed workers may postpone retirement because they derive enjoyment from being their own boss; others may need to keep working because of insufficient retirement pension income.
They shudder in the face of that, when they derive enjoyment from the past, for they are living memorials, and yet their thoughts are senseless without someone to inherit them.
This is a game that should be avoided by those people who derive enjoyment from running a wide variety of character classes, as the only ones available are Warrior and Magic User.
Like many artists, Mr. Oshii clearly derives enjoyment from the image of the female form in all its mutations, but in this film that delight also comes with a little politics.
If you're doing it right, parents and children will want much the same thing: to live in peace and harmony with people and nature, and to derive enjoyment from most of life's experiences.
I have been in service to humans for over one hundred years," Kal said, "and nothing has been able to lead me to an understanding of why humans derive enjoyment from unnecessary risk.
Effective student welfare practices create safe, caring environments and provide opportunities for students to enjoy success and recognition, make useful contributions to the life of the school and derive enjoyment from their learning.
While Shirō has a crush on Yōko and attempts to discover if Asahi is aware of her secret, Shiho is more playful and amorous, deriving enjoyment from being perverse.
He gets enjoyment from the situation, and uses his power instead of helping.
I figured why not have somebody else get enjoyment from it?
The papers get enjoyment from the snow with a fine array of photographs.
But I do get enjoyment from progressing in life.
You love a challenge and you get enjoyment from keen competition.
Alan has a commitment to helping all students get enjoyment from their flying in addition to professional instruction.
"Unless you're going out and hurting other people, or doing bad things, what's wrong with somebody doing something that they get enjoyment from?"
Nagoshi wanted players to get enjoyment from merely walking through Kamurocho.
It has been shown that Jane gets enjoyment from messing with Grace.
I get enjoyment from seeing their reactions.
"If it looks pretty it might not have the result you want, but you can get enjoyment from it."
I get enjoyment from helping them.
I wanted to make something that people really love and get enjoyment from, something joyous to lift their spirits, and why not?
Might a benefit of education be that we can more easily get enjoyment from low cost activities such as reading or discussing a freely obtainable library book?
"I find it appalling to give this to someone that has gotten enjoyment from hurting dogs," protester Barbara Goldstein offered.
And although he says his interest is not as "advanced" as other spotters, he clearly gets enjoyment from watching these machines glide through the heavens.
Instead, Ms. Haas said: "I simply get enjoyment from seeing people here at the market talking to each other, sharing recipes, relaxing.
As two respondents said: I do not consider the work I was doing to be volunteering because I was getting enjoyment from it. I don't like the term volunteering.
"All our partners have taken great care to ensure that the methods we are using take into account the environmental sensitivity of the SSSI and the people who get enjoyment from accessing the site."
"It just makes you get enjoyment out of an object that you never expected to get enjoyment from, because it makes you smile when you look at it, or it's fun to touch," he says politely.
To be good at being a billionaire you must get enjoyment from amassing wealth or, if you're a hands-on billionaire, hiring and firing people, juggling companies and inventories and financial instruments and banks and politicians.
If you get enjoyment from such an endeavour, then far be it for me to counsel otherwise and dissuade you from indulging in some harmless fun, even if some will construe it as being at the expense of others!
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