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“Touching is OK, but no one is allowed to pick up the Cup or put anything inside.”
“Touching is the site's request for support of a new endowment -- a tribute to the late Mayanist Linda Schele whose work radically changed the field of Maya glyph reading.”
“Touching is more polluting, as implying participation, than seeing. receive you -- The Greek implies, "to myself"; as persons heretofore out of doors, but now admitted within (2Co 5: 1-10).”
“My shop, like my blog, is called Touching Art, because I touch you through art, and when you touch my art, you touch me.”
“If you remember the exercise called Touching Hearts that I suggested in the second blog, (sadly, some people thought they'd feel silly trying it with their partners) there are great benefits from stimulating emotions that accompany open-heartedness such as appreciation, giving, caring, closeness.”
“I was watching a DVD called Touching the Void the other night.”
“On Thursday, just before he succumbed to a bad strep throat and finally gave in to the thing that had been creeping up on him, his final words were, "Belinda there's a movie you have to watch called Touching the Void.”
“And it was fabulously good, a sad and moving and painfully well-written novel called Touching Earth Lightly by Margo Lanagan.”
“Lukaszek says that in 2005 the diocese's program began educating about 30,000 children each year with a program called Touching Safety.”
“Talking About Touching, which is provided by Committee for Children, is a unique safety and abuse prevention program that is being presented to kindergarten through third-grade children.”
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