person-to-person love

person-to-person

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Involving direct communication or contact between persons.
  • adjective Of or relating to a long-distance telephone call placed through an operator in which charges start when the appropriate party answers.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective Such that the caller is only connected and charged if the person he specified is available to speak.
  • adjective Such that the lender and borrower are individuals rather than companies.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adverb (of two persons) in direct encounter
  • adjective involving direct communication or contact between persons or parties

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Examples

  • A few examples: building person-to-person relationships based on deep respect and connection, offering one's gifts freely for some portion of the day, intentionally doing small acts of kindness, seeking internal clarity through any number of awareness-building practices such as introspection, prayer, or meditation.

    Birju Pandya: Change Yourself, Change the World

  • A few examples: building person-to-person relationships based on deep respect and connection, offering one's gifts freely for some portion of the day, intentionally doing small acts of kindness, seeking internal clarity through any number of awareness-building practices such as introspection, prayer, or meditation.

    Birju Pandya: Change Yourself, Change the World

  • After a chanced-meeting at an event or an intro via email, I usually reach out for a person-to-person meeting.

    Women Grow Business » From Advisory Boards to Equity Partners: the Plan to Grow My Business

  • The world's strife has to be addressed at the most local of levels, he said, person-to-person, block-by-block, place-by- place.

    Howard Fineman: Newark's Story -- and Ours

  • The world's strife has to be addressed at the most local of levels, he said, person-to-person, block-by-block, place-by- place.

    Howard Fineman: Newark's Story -- and Ours

  • After a chanced-meeting at an event or an intro via email, I usually reach out for a person-to-person meeting.

    Women Grow Business » 2009 » June

  • I mean it really was the real, hard-core organizing work that we think moves folks and wins elections and changes peoples 'lives and is based on person-to-person conversations.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • Our mission is to bring student loans to the developing world through the power of person-to-person micro-lending.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • As a "Post-Zionist Zionist" who acknowledges many of Israel's national myths but takes great pride in his adopted country nonetheless, Kronish's identity and vocation have been shaped by the idea that there are just two options in the current conflict: You can "be ensconced in despair and stop watching the news" or "avoid 100 years of war and don't let them [Israelis and Palestinians] be enemies" -- at least person-to-person.

    Joshua Stanton: Can Interfaith Dialogue Make a Difference in the Face of Middle East Setbacks?

  • The world's strife has to be addressed at the most local of levels, he said, person-to-person, block-by-block, place-by- place.

    Howard Fineman: Newark's Story -- and Ours

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