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  • Between the body checks and the blocked shots, the Rangers have absorbed 2,579 of the violent collisions—be they body-to-body or puck-to-body—that are commonplace in the NHL.

    Stopping Pucks With Your Face, and Other Bad Ideas

  • In body-to-body communication, the party that was a spirit would have to take a physical form, right?

    Angelical Participation? « Unknowing

  • Jenny would have thought it would have been crammed body-to-body, but there was nobody here—or at least nobody she could see in the dark.

    THE FORBIDDEN GAME

  • I spun around on the barstool and gave him a quick, professional hug: no body-to-body contact but more shoulder-to-shoulder with a pat on the back.

    When the Truth Lies

  • He had to know she would never UNICORN POINT 1181 let him close to a gelatin chamber, or any other body-to-body sport, yet he had to play for it.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • While using my forearms to block an opponent, the body-to-body contact can often hurt, even when I'm technically keeping myself covered.

    Meditations on Pain

  • The Spurs body-to-body defensive play resulted in a lot of foul calls and numerous players crashing hard to the court, but Paul worked through it and ended up surpassing 20 points and 15 assists in a game for the eighth time this season.

    USATODAY.com

  • This cannot be equated with the kind of embodiment that occurs when we are in each other's physical presnce -- face-to-face/body-to-body.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • She yanked him forward, body-to-body, and met his eyes with hers, staring deep.

    Thin Air

  • A great variety of food vendors, music and more, although it's usually body-to-body people, there's something for everyone.

    Sweetnicks- Food & Life - It's All at Sweetnicks

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