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an individual's awareness of what constitutes his or her essential nature and distinguishes him or her from all others

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a sense of one's own dignity or worth

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an inflated feeling of pride in your superiority to others

your consciousness of your own identity

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(psychoanalysis) the conscious mind

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Council and guide any coach who may have an inflated ego.
With that 25-mile range it's hardly a rural machine,and British laws require that the eGO must be registered and insured, while riders must be licensed and also wear an appropriate helmet.
Ego states may be overt or covert, verbal or pre-verbal, somaticized or idealized, historical or archetypal.
These intersubjective relations come to be reified as status, which is experienced by the subject not as a relation, but rather as a property of the self or the ego.
A communication breakdown between an intact subsystem and the executive ego explains the alterations of consciousness provoked by hypnosis, Kihlstrom contends.
Rather than crush our egos, our religions need to lead us to expand our egos--not only to my Willy, but also to those on my block, in my city, nation, world, the Earth, the Cosmos, and ultimately the Source and Goal of all.
A multi-layered, successful businessman who uses both "good friction" (The Apprentice) to find cream of the crop winners and "bad friction" (Rosie O'Donnell) to stand his ground, Donald Trump is unabashedly one of the biggest purveyor of egos around.
Therefore the horror of the crucifixion--God's own Son pinned by us to an instrument of torture and left to die--discloses that most painful truth that we would prefer to keep secret even from ourselves: We prefer our egos to God.
Accepting on behalf of Ego Media, co-founders and Chief Egos Raymond Roubeni and David Weil stated, "We are extremely delighted that Ego Media is now numbered among the elite who have been distinguished as Clio Award winners.
GRAEME Souness has insisted he'll be "leaving some of the egos out" as part of his tough selection policy at Newcastle.
It all depends on the personalities involved, the type of relationship the father and son have, the father's motives and egos.
The user can change his or her avatars' hair color, skin color, clothes textures and colors, and even add shoes and gloves, not to mention the ability to change one's face to someone entirely different -- and for those with inflated (or deflated) egos, even change the size of the head on one's avatar.
Our egos are wrapped up in our performance,'' said Peggy Isaacson, a human resources consultant in Orlando, Fla.
THE proposal to merge most of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's police force with the Los Angeles Police Department is in trouble at City Hall, thanks in part to the egos of some council members and their penchant for micromanaging.