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- n. Physical attributes.
- n. Obsession with physical urges.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. preoccupation with satisfaction of physical drives and appetites
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Anything that calls attention to and interests the reader in this physicality is a deterrent to our understanding of the idea and is used as an expressive device.
He asked me if I thought "physicality" was a code word for
That's a bit of a straw argument, since it isn't a man who's asking the question and the way society treats men and women in regard to what they should expect from their partner's physicality is completely different.
The contexts are different, the baggage behind society's expectations of women's physicality is much heavier than that placed on men's.
If so I have seen some of their productions over here and they are truly wonderful productions of theatre as spectacle - the physicality is stunning.
He is grounded in physicality and utterly authentic as he expresses his brand of no-nonsense wisdom.
West of the river, Shanghai's physicality is dominated by a bygone era of foreign influence, with the distinct neighborhoods and old consulates still serving as landmarks to a time before the Chinese Communist Party's rise to power.
The physicality is its most obvious and expressive content.
When I watch dancers it just seems so joyous and natural and how it should be, to just rejoice in physicality as part of who we are.
Anything that helps us recall our physicality is a good thing, a very good thing.
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