Himselve

Him`selve´


pron.1.See 1st Himself.
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A good club pro but clearly still needs to prove himselve an international class prop.
/ Lo, ech thyng that is oned in himselve / Is moore strong than whan it is toscatered" (1967-69).
'A Conversation Among Himselves. Change and the Styles of Henry James." Digital Literary Studies: Corpus Approaches to Poetry, Prose, and Drama.
Ehrlich, by the way, would be the first to celebrate all the other people besides himselves that have elevated the annual Grammycast into a cultural touchstone.
Let's hope this little flash of anger shows that behind the scenes he is starting to impose himselves more.