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- n. the act of touching physically
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Moreover, they could only recognize each other’s feelings when physical contact was made through the cerebral transmitter/receivers they called Sensitives.
“If you can comprehend what we are feeling, and without Sensitives, then how can we be sure without any kind of physical contact between us that the emotions we are receiving from you are a genuine expression of your own feelings?”
It was the first time that a serious UFO-investigating organization, APRO, accepted a tale of physical contact with alien beings.
Enveloped within it, you are deprived of food and drink as well as all physical contact with the world around you.
As the crowd took up the refrain Ebbanai, even in the absence of physical contact with any of their twisting, coiling Sensitives, could see emotions beginning to boil among them as ferociously as one of Storra’s spiced stews.
He understood physical contact with their patriarch was the Cabalists 'only taboo, and yet two of them were being beckoned into the First's arms by the man himself.
You may discover that teaching natural vision correction is exactly what you’re looking for—even though it’s in the Bodywork and Physical Health section and you recoil at the thought of physical contact with clients.