touching


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exciting a deep, usually somber response

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Crude oil imports surged 57 percent YoY, touching $2.2 billion.
Touching is an integral part of being sexual and affectionate.
Touching is the most intense channel of nonverbal communication and the one most people are reluctant to discuss.
When your dog will touch the tip, extend the stick a little at a time, until he's touching it at full-length.
Although simply touching a baby is a very important part of connection, developmental guidance as part of an experiential class helps parents become more excited about their baby and derive greater pleasure from parenting.
The speed between hurdles is influenced by the athlete's balance, control, and rhythm upon touching down off the hurdle (Photos 4-7).
Unfortunately, most of the touching experienced by residents is task oriented (cleaning, brushing, wiping, applying lotion, injecting and eating).
There were hands touching its windows in every picture, sometimes from the inside (so that one could not see much of the hands' owners, just the palms pressed against the pane), but more often arms reached through the metal child-guards at the open window to touch the outside of the glass.
The formula, which has to do with the curvatures of touching circles, has also yielded elegant generalizations that encompass spheres and analogs of circles in higher dimensions.
Forty adolescents were observed at McDonald's restaurants in Paris and Miami to assess the amount of touching and aggression during their peer interactions.
You must not assume that staff know what is and is not appropriate language, actions, and touching.
Singles are apprehensive about the prospect of meeting and dating, let along making contact and touching. Ballroom dance provides a safe form of contact, so safe, it seems, that many women now go to ballroom dance clubs alone.
While I will not presume to explain with any sort of definitiveness the poignant indeterminacy of this moment, perhaps in touching him they too attained a recognition of self as a part of their own culture.
New touch screen technologies, include a "hover" interface, where the input device will open applications (similar to a drop down menu) without touching the screen.
2 : the act or fact of touching or being touched <I felt a gentle touch on my shoulder.>