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There's an aureole of indifference, an icy halo, that surrounds me and repels others.
There is a ruggedness in Emerson's verse which attracts some readers while it repels others by its unmelodious rhythm.
Everyone's love is like a spongy or porous wood, which imbibes such fluids as promote its growth, and repels others.
It seems that what attracts some people repels others, and you are perfectly welcome to withdraw, for you have not declared your intentions.
Every man moves upon his own centre, and therefore repels others from too near a contact, though he may comply with some general laws.
"Then that which repels others, attracts you."
'Every man moves upon his own center, and therefore repels others from too near a contact, though he may comply with some general laws.
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