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- n. The condition of being physical; physicality
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being physical.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the quality of being physical; consisting of matter
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If the people want to do the book and do it right and I think they did a marvelous job at it, just the dust jacket and the "physicalness" of the book.
I always just liked to find something that kind of did one thing for a really long time and did it very well - or just had a physicalness (ph) to it that I really liked.
Dr. SOPHY: Discipline can be done with some physicalness as long as it's done with thoughtfulness, with love and the intention only to instill an understanding into your child.
However, there are lots more actresses out there that are just as beautiful that can handle the acting and physicalness of the role much better – Rachel Nichols?
"The physicalness of this class isn't very good as far as having the strength to come in right away and make that big of an impact," Meyer said.
Most of the time, I am living like a head without a body, just careening through my life with no regard to my physicalness.
I enjoyed the discipline, the comradeship, the physicalness of sports, helping other teammates.
Is this – really, frankly, writing about our love for our children, about the physicalness of our connection to them in that love – unbloggable?
It's been such a gift having Lila -- the physicalness of her.
Part of the problem now is the physicalness of extended reading sessions.