I am no hero--I was fully aware of the danger to which I was exposing myself
; and yet I protest that I caught myself laughing under my breath, with the most outrageous inconsistency, at the instant when I began the ascent of the trellis-work.
Have I not carefully avoided exposing myself
to the odium of committing unnecessary crime?
However, there are some of my friends who felt that by going public I was exposing myself
I'm also working on my fear of heights by constantly exposing myself
Rather than pulling off layer after layer and exposing myself
to the bitter temperatures, I just stayed in the same clothes."
I love learning new things and exposing myself
to new situations.
I am aware of the possibility that by making this statement I am exposing myself
to criticism from many quarters, but I have done so in the light of extensive discussions with individuals connected with the crisis.
My background as hospitality practitioner and a man who has travelled to many cities of the world, berthing in hotels of different brands, grades and star-rating, exposing myself
to different culinary tastes, mingling with different peoples on global platforms, attending hospitality conferences, seminars on running hotels and event centres, participating in intercontinental tourism and hospitality shows moulded my thinking, set my vision and situated my gaze about planting this hotel .
It was more for finding a purpose in life, exposing myself
to the ideologies of society, and laughing.
"I'm nervous about exposing myself
and talking about my family at such a public level but I think it's something that resonates with any parent.
"I could have been arrested for exposing myself
in public - or even for assaulting a police officer!" Mr Fabricant's minor injury is trifling compared to more worrying health issues.
ray "With Rafi I am exposing myself
, this is the real deal.
Nonetheless, I also see value in exposing myself
to different parishes and communities of faith to connect on a spiritual, social, and personal level.
"At first, I felt a bit threatened by the whole idea of exposing myself
to a culture I didn't understand," wrote Anthony Friedkin about his self-assigned project to document gays in Los Angeles and San Francisco in the turbulent years between 1969 and 1973.
''It's not like I'm exposing myself
or anything,'' he said in an interview Thursday.