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Synonyms for massage

Synonyms for massage

kneading and rubbing parts of the body to increase circulation and promote relaxation

manually manipulate (someone's body), usually for medicinal or relaxation purposes

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give a massage to

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Dave asked her to give him a backrub but she declined, explaining that she did not "trust" him.
In 1996 they began working together on a search engine called BackRub, which was successful enough to crash the Stanford computers that hosted it.
No historico da marca (GOOGLE, 2009b) encontramos a primeira marca visual "pre-Google", de 1995 a 1997, que identificava o mecanismo de busca BackRub (Figura 1), por meio da imagem fotografica, em preto e branco, de uma mao esquerda, e sobre ela, em vermelho, escrito o nome do mecanismo, em caixa-alta e caixa-baixa.
Back when Google was still called BackRub, Hewlett-Packard (HP, hp.
By contrast, all was gay and far fleshier at the Milanese country club, where Sylvia frolicked in white tennis shorts and her father, Thurio, and Valentine later stripped to the waist for a backrub as they discussed Sylvia's matrimonial fate.
Make coupon books for things like, "Wash the dishes every weekend for one month," "Shovel the snow on driveway," "Cup of tea and sympathy," "10minute backrub," "Free hug," "Free knitting lessons.
By January 1996, the two had begun collaboration on a search engine called BackRub, named for its ability to analyze the "back links" pointing to a given website.
So Page started his BackRub project, in which he divined a method to count and quantify backlinks on the Web.
In January, Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin begin work on the search engine's predecessor, BackRub.
Their first version of Google was called BackRub, and its data center was located in Page's dorm room.
Our waning commitment to nursing care--from the disappearing backrub to the spray-and-wash personal hygiene care we now offer to sick, bedridden patients--will haunt us in the future as nurses are economically replaced by competent but impersonal technicians.
The effects of effleurage backrub on the physiological components of relaxation: A meta-analysis.
I am thinking of nursing, and I am back in the black winter mornings at James Martin Vocational Trade School, learning the social gestures, and speech of duty the lost silence of the backrub in the darkness of the nightshift, the wiping of the spilt urine off the white tile floor, the unwrapping of the wound, the wrapping of the wound, the slowness of the walk down the hall with the one learning to walk again, the bed made, unmade, made again.