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New 35+ HD Pictures Expression GalleryCan you tell someone is feeling just by looking at them? Can you tell if they’re interested in what you say—or in you? How can you tell when a co-worker is gearing up to get confrontational? Are you aware of the signals your own body is giving out? If you can’t answer a confident “yes” to all of these questions, this book will be a real eye-opener.Clear communication isn’t confined to words. When someone says something but their body betrays their words, deception is on the prowl.
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