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" In joy, the eyebrow is raised moderately, but without any angularity ; the forehead is smooth, the eye full, lively and sparkling; the nostril is moderately inflated, and a smile is on the lips. In all the exhilarating emotions, the eyebrow, the eyelids,... "
The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals - Page 213
by Charles Darwin - 1890 - 394 pages
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Essays on the Anatomy and Philosophy of Expression

Sir Charles Bell - Anatomy, Artistic - 1824 - 218 pages
...the lips. In all the exhilarating emotions, the eyebrow, the eyelids, the nostril, 112 and the angle of the mouth are raised. In the depressing passions it is the reverse. For example, in discontent the brow is clouded, the nose peculiarly arched, and the angle of the mouth...
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King's college lectures on elocution

Charles John Plumptre - 1876
...Bell says : " In all the exhilarating emotions, the * Darvrin's "Expression of the Emotions," p. 230. eyebrows, eyelids, the nostrils, and the angles of the mouth are raised, and the whole face seems to expand." I come next to Love, affection, and what are usually called the...
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The Emotions

James McCosh - Emotions - 1880 - 255 pages
...the emotions affect the nerves which leave their mark on the face and gait. According to Bell, " In all the exhilarating emotions, the eyebrows, eyelids,...raised. In the depressing passions it is the reverse." Darwin adds, " under the influence of the latter the brow is heavy, the eyelids, cheeks, mouth, and...
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The Emotions

James McCosh - Emotions - 1880 - 255 pages
...and a smile is on the lips. In all the exhilarating emotions, the eyelid, the nostril, and the angle of the mouth are raised. In the depressing passions it is the reverse. For example, in discontent, the brow is clouded, the nose is peculiarly arched, and the angle of the...
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King's College Lectures on Elocution: Or, the Physiology and Culture of ...

Elocution - 1881 - 487 pages
...expression as in joy, only more or less subdued in their manifestation. Indeed, Sir Charles Bell says, " In all the exhilarating emotions, the eyebrows, eyelids,...nostrils, and the angles of the mouth are raised, and the whole face seems to expand." " .Datwinls "Expression of the Emotions," p. 230. I come next...
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King's College Lectures on Elocution: Or, The Physiology and Culture of ...

Charles John Plumptre - Elocution - 1881 - 487 pages
...expression as in joy, only more or less subdued in their manifestation. Indeed, Sir Charles Bell says, " In all the exhilarating emotions, the eyebrows, eyelids,...nostrils, and the angles of the mouth are raised, and the whole face seems to expand." " .Darwin's "Expression of the Emotions," p. 250. I come next...
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Physical Expression: Its Modes and Principles

Francis Warner - Body language - 1885 - 372 pages
...on the lips. In all the exhilarating emotions, the eyebrow, the eyelids, the nostril, and the angle of the mouth are raised. In the depressing passions it is the reverse. For example, in discontent the brow is clouded, the nose peculiarly arched, and the angle of the mouth...
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A Natural System of Elocution and Oratory: Founded on an Analysis of Human ...

Thomas Alexander Hyde, William Hyde (of Cambridge.) - Elocution - 1886 - 653 pages
...these emotions in the direction of the gestures. In all the exhilarating emotions, the eyebrows, the eyelids, the nostrils, and the angles of the mouth...raised. In the depressing passions it is the reverse. In discontent, for instance, the brow is clouded, the nose peculiarly arched and the mouth drawn down....
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Physical Expression, Its Modes and Principles

Francis Warner - Emotions - 1886 - 372 pages
...on the lips. In all the exhilarating emotions, the eyebrow, the eyelids, the nostril, and the angle of the mouth are raised. In the depressing passions it is the reverse. For example, in discontent the brow is clouded, the nose peculiarly arched, and the angle of the mouth...
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Psychology: The Motive Powers, Emotions, Conscience, Will

James McCosh - Psychology - 1887 - 267 pages
...the emotions affect the nerves which leave their mark on the face and gait. According to Bell, " In all the exhilarating emotions, the eyebrows, eyelids,...raised. In the depressing passions it is the reverse." Darwin adds, " under the influence of the latter the brow is heavy, the eyelids, cheeks, mouth, and...
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