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to cease sleeping

to induce or elicit (a reaction or emotion)

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They also used eye-tracking measures to eliminate the possibility that people look at emotionally arousing images differently, causing them to rate some as more vivid.
Even after years together, undressing each other can be a highly arousing thing to do.
The lesbians found Tape 3 (heterosexual coitus) least arousing, and differed significantly from the heterosexuals, who found it most arousing of the three videos viewed.
Although they found no one tape significantly more arousing than any other, the trend appeared to be in the direction of less arousal to the F-F oral sex tape.
The results showed that participants who watched the arousing movie clip were more likely to choose M and Ms than those who watched the calm clip.
A stood for "Action": after arousing interest and desire, the salesperson asked for an action commitment by the customer.
As a married man I was uncomfortable talking about this, particularly when she said that I was arousing sexual feelings in her.
The emotionally arousing story told of a boy critically injured and rushed to a hospital for emergency surgery.
Participants given placebos displayed much better memory of emotional segments of the arousing story than of any part of the neutral story.
As in Europe, music-based applications are arousing interest, particularly among youth segments.
The participants were shown a variety of photographs ranging from mundane scenes (for example, cows and food) to very emotional and arousing images, such as erotic scenes and violent pictures.
McKenna suggests that this may give co-sleeping babies practice in arousing from prolonged breathing pauses that may, in some cases, result in sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).
Lyness said the expansion is part of e-agency's growth strategy for 2003, and reflects confidence that the economy will pick up, arousing new demand for marketing communications services.
Stimulating this area can be very arousing and give the woman an intense orgasm.
It says school uniforms are so arousing to sick child molesters they are BANNING them for the sake of the children.