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emote

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(emotion) A command used on talk systems and MUDs to indicate the performance of an action, usually a facial expression of emotional state.
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Ilustra como el entrenamiento emocional mediante Alba Emoting no solo es una practica mas saludable para el trabajo cotidiano de actores, sino que tambien ejemplifica su potencial psicoterapeutico.
This was topdrawer Balanchine, edgy and energetic yet subtle, the soloists dancing, rather than emoting, their roles.
Jazz was like a whole different state of mind for me while I was studying classical music, and I found classical to be the best for me in terms of emoting and self-expression.
GIRLS ALOUD Untouchable Having trousered their Brit, the Girls let their guard down with a tune that has them hovering at an uncertain tempo and rustling up some overcooked emoting in their musical kitchen.
But Anna breaks down dramatically, in private and in public, and Binoche is simply not wired for such showboat emoting.
The decision to produce a musical with people more used to emoting as Hamlet (which Cumming did most successfully) would seem to be like deliberately doing things the hard way.
But no matter how much earnest emoting he puts in, multimillionaire Mick struggles to convince with lines such as, "I guess I'm going to die like I'm living - in poverty".
By the time Lorraine and Malcolm square off, with the former emoting and the latter not buying a word of it, the production catches a bit of much- needed fire.
It's hard to imagine how much more humiliation this man can have heaped on him, but I think we can be assured there will be no emoting or wailing.
In a nutshell: Highly stylized whodunit features eight great French actresses emoting - and singing
Alternating in the "Diamonds" adagio, Crowley and Desiree were both competently partnered by Milov, who nonetheless deferred more to the emoting Crowley.
I blame Gwyneth Paltrow whose tear-drenched Oscar performance sparked the dreadful spectacle of Hollywood women emoting on stage, each accepting awards with more gut-wrenching "Love you, Momma" insincerity than the last.