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13. Body language Feelings and Behaviour of Emotions 3

Nostalgia Unfocused gaze Touch of a smile Moist eyes Tears Cocked head Sparkling eyes Closed eyes Pessimism Wrinkled nose Knitted brows Pursed lips Curled lip Staring Squinting Grinding one’s teeth Frowning or scowling Tilting one’s head and looking askance (sideways)

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