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selfie

A picture taken of oneself by oneself, typically on a smartphone. My little sister is always taking selfies of herself and her friends.
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The researchers looked specifically at selfies taken from 12 inches away -- a common distance for someone snapping a selfie without the assistance of a selfie stick.
In an age where a considerable portion of the global population is addicted to taking and sharing selfies on social media, researchers say that many such individuals are erroneously inspired to go under the knife to make their nose smaller.
It used to be just President Duterte who people would ask to have selfies with.
When fans asked the prince to take photos of them, he told them that he is "allergic" to selfies.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Jan 26 (ANI): A day after a man's attempt to capture selfie video along a railway track from Telangana's Warangal went wrong, Union Railway Minister Piyush Goyal made an ardent appeal to the citizens to avoid selfies and stunts near railway tracks.
The awareness-raising scheme has people the world over posting selfies on January 17 under the hashtag #MuseumSelfie to show their affection for a museum.
The cat is out of the bag as Urwa Hocane has spilled secrets of taking amazing selfies with the Huawei Mate 10 lite.
CELEBRITIES love taking them to show off their lifestyles but if you're obsessed with selfies then you may have a genuine mental health condition called selfitis.
Participants will simply upload their selfies at http://bit.
Bharuch: A girl got aboard the van of Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi and clicked selfies with him during his road show in Bharuch in south Gujarat on Wednesday.
Summary: Indian grandfather in UAE claims to have posted over 80,000 selfies on Facebook in four years
Millennials are predicted take a mighty 25,700 selfies their lifetime and one million selfies are taken every day.
Such video selfies increase students' understanding of the story's characters and how those characters resolve problems, says Amy Riley, who teaches at Stratham Memorial School in School Administrative Unit 16 in Exeter.