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In our society, for instance, men rarely touch one another except to shake hands or to engage in playful banter. But in other societies, such as Mexico or Italy, it is perfectly acceptable for men to kiss, embrace, and walk arm in arm in public. Even succeeding generations within the same culture have different sets of social inhibitions. Social embarrassments may have prevented our great-grandparents from wearing bikinis to the beach or shorts on a hot day. An important key to freeing inhibitions, then, is to understand them by assessing your character’s society, customs, and traditions.
An elderly person crossing a busy intersection. ✦ a trapper on snowshoes. ✦ a native balancing a can of water on your head. ✦ a burglar hugging the sides of the buildings in a dark alley. ✦ a hunter stalking a deer. ✦ a fashion model on the runway. ✦ a soldier crawling on your stomach under gunﬁre. ✦ a drum major or majorette. E. Point to Point All should stop wherever they are in the room. You are now at Point A. Do not move until you have determined Point B. ” It should be a speciﬁc destination.
Sixty-six sick chicks. xi. Does this shop stock short socks with spots? xii. He thrust three thousand thistles through the thick of his thumb. xiii. Rubber baby buggy bumpers xiv. I slit a sheet. A sheet I slit. And on that slitted sheet I sit. Terms and People to Know centering A term synonymous with proper alignment and good posture. Rather than posture that is stiff or artiﬁcially frozen, centering involves the correct alignment of our vertebrae that is our body’s natural position. creative state A concentrated state of relaxation in which actors can attain their utmost capacity for accomplishing any activity.