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・She had seen that I would rather be stung to death than let others see my poverty. ・I stayed on the line, concerned that something was wrong. ・We have many systems of mirror neurons, with more being discovered as time goes on.


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1。  私は貧しいところを人に見られるよりは、刺されて死を望むことを彼女は見た(あるいは 私が貧しいところを人に見られるよりは、刺されて死ぬように彼女は手順をしてくれた) 2。  私は何か変なことが起こったのではないかと思い、電話を切らなかった。 3。  時が経つに連れて、ますます発見され、(今では)いろいろな種類のミラーニューロンがある。       http://eow.alc.co.jp/search?q=mirror+neuron



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