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I am happy and elated, whereas you are miserable and melancholy. They are brave and courageous; however she is timid and frightened. Everyone has different feelings – sometimes good; sometimes bad. We are all just human, after all.
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I was happy and elated,wheras you had been miserable and melancholy,They were brave and courageous; however she was timid and frightened. Everyone had different feelings – sometimes good; sometimes bad. We are all just human, after all.

I will be happy and elated, whereas you will be miserable and melancholy. They will be brave and courageous; however she will be timid and frightened. Everyone will have different feelings – sometimes good; sometimes bad. We are all just human, after all.

I am happy and elated, whereas you are miserable and melancholy. They are brave and courageous; however she is timid and frightened. Everyone has different feelings – sometimes good; sometimes bad. We are all just human, after all.

I am happy and thrilling, whereas you are miserable and sad. They are brave and courageous; however she is timid and frightened. Everyone has different feelings – sometimes good; sometimes bad. We are all just human, after all.
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I am happy and elated

Participants in this study were community dwelling older adults. 26 Subjects above 60 years who met inclusion criteria were included in the study.Individuals who had neurological, metabolic, cardiopulmonary, musculoskeletal or uncorrected visual impairment were excluded. All participants were informed about the aims of the study and signed to give their informed consent.Two conditions were studied in this procedure an intentional forward reach and a reactive stepping response.The procedure was explained to the subject.

I am happy and elated, whereas you are miserable and sad
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