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of, relating to, or arising from the sense of touch

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of or relating to or proceeding from the sense of touch

producing a sensation of touch

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He auditory vocalizes loudly listens closely information is and clearly when to their words paired with he knows his and likes to tactual communication repeat back what information he partner and is they've said.
Guided exploration enhances tactual pictorial recognition in blindfolded sighted children: Implications for blind children.
Chen's treatment because he was not a primary care physician and that he did not adequately set forth the chain of causation, and his opinions lacked tactual foundation.
Previous research has found that female learners prefer to learn visually (V) and aurally (A) more often than male learners (Ramayah, et al., 2009), while male learners display a stronger tactual preference for learning (Dunn & Griggs, 1995).
the burden shifted to the plaintiff "to show by sufficient evidentiary proof of a triable tactual issue." to carry the burden of proving a prima facie case, the plaintiff must generally show that the defendant's negligence was a substantial factor in producing the injury.
However inventor Nobuhiro Takahashim from the University of Electro-Communications in Japan is more interested in the artistic and emotional side to his derriere, dubbed Shiri, which 'represents emotions with visual and tactual transformation of the muscles'.
However, the price and the loss of tactual feeling are accepted as big disadvantages of robotic surgeries.
This is where the intensive tactual analysis Of job duties and responsibilities happens, both when an employer evaluates and selects classification and when a court or Labor Commissioner judges it.
However, words in the definition may enter into many other relations already in the learner's repertoire (for example, intraverbal relations and tactual relations).
Effects of Traditional Versus Tactual and Kinesthetic Learning-Style Responsive Instructional Strategies on Bermudian Learning-Support Sixth-Grade Students' Social Studies Achievement and Attitude-Test Scores.
According to Bach, Searle contends that in visual (and tactual) perception we are aware of particular things in the world.
(11) Tactual memories are always accompanied by sensation of the touching organ and thus involve a direct awareness of the body.
Before 1939 this was done by use of tactual standards.