I warn you that I will never again work in the dark, and that I will know not only to what I expose myself
, but for whom I expose myself
"I say, sire, that I will not expose myself
to the chance of a fault.
But I pointed out coldly, as one who deals with the incomprehensible, that I didn't see any reason to expose myself
to a snub from the fellow.
But after downloading it and fiddling around with it for an afternoon, I was eventually sucked in enough to actually leave the comfort of air conditioning to expose myself
to the harsh light of day.
However, as a lone widow in my 70s I do not wish to expose myself
to the types of conflict the Darras Hall Estate Committee has had to endure over the Scott family's planning application, but I do wish to show some support for the estate committee.
"I am willing by my own actions to expose myself
to this," he said.
I have tried to expose myself
to customer situations in whatever jobs I have had.
When asked about his sources of inspiration, Adel said "I try to expose myself
to different forms of creativity, in the hopes of occasionally jump-starting mine." He also follows the works of other comic artists and continues to read comic books of different genres.
"I need to expose myself
to as much racing as possible to maximise my learning over the first year.
" I want to use this marketing apprenticeship to expose myself
to the subject and its sub-disciplines as much as possible."
He now admits: "The thing I've found hardest is going from being a normal person to feeling as though I have to expose myself
. It's an unnatural thing to be involved in."
I'm not afraid to expose myself
that way," the Mirror quoted her as saying.
"I don't expose myself
much when I am on holiday but there have been photos of me topless.
I had no choice but to park my car at the road shoulder and expose myself
to speeding traffic.