as representation: A developmental and comparative view.
Don't stop pretending
to be Christian; it's the only way of being-Christian in our world.
Other tactics people used included pretending
to know about wine and correcting other people's grammar.
David's 'we pretending
to eat') than in the negotiation of pretence.
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To do their jobs, Sullivan and Costigan both must live a lie, one pretending
to be good, the other pretending
to be bad.
In people, both language and pretending
are considered outgrowths of a general symbolic function, says Patricia Greenfield of the University of California, Los Angeles.
For example, Quaker has stopped pretending
that its Peaches & Cream Instant Oatmeal contains peaches and cream.
Certain movements and situations are by their very nature funny, like big men pretending
to be ballerinas.
People are always interested to know what they look like when they are pretending
The results are as embarrassing as the most tone-deaf teen-courting commercials: If there's anything more painful than watching a politician or pundit pretending
to be 17, it's watching him pretend he believes in a force greater than himself.
Aliens use phony documents, pretending
to be legal, and employers pretend to believe them.
Michael Hammond spent more than an hour inside the grounds after ringing officers stationed at the residence and impersonating a Scotland Yard detective and pretending
to accompany pals of the young Royals.
Whether in "Crimean Snobbery," 1982, in which he documents his friends pretending
to be rich folks at the beach, or in individual shots of, say, a woman mooning the camera, there's an overpowering feeling of people taking pictures of themselves, for themselves.
He is like a Roman emperor, a diva," explains Soler, who gained such intimate access by pretending
he was malting a movie on the U.