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- v. to briefly mention.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To mention briefly, or in passing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. refer to or discuss briefly
- v. be relevant to
- v. restore by replacing a part or putting together what is torn or broken
- v. have an effect upon
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She felt a touch on her arm, and met the penitent eye of Miss Kilroy.
Then he was loading the little craft's cargo bay, a touch on the throwaway repulsor's control sending it rising by itself into the belly of the ship.
‘Oh … yes …’ Anxious not to seem gauche, she hastily peeled the lapels, her fingers all thumbs, until he stepped around behind her, stilling her jerky movements with a light touch on her shoulders.
As they started out, the Warder leading on his tall black stallion, Perrin felt Dapple's touch on his mind once more.
I set up a fly-around of Wisconsin for McConnell to put the touch on various donors around the state.
Then, after sailing north for a touch on the New Guinea mainland, assuming all goes as charted, it will return toward Ambon along an elliptical orbit.
She invoked the Liking principle, Future Paced the staff, addressed the “whys,” prepared her audience, and Anchored the message of Social Proof for her mother with a touch on the wrist, among other things.
At first it felt foreign in my hand, but after a few feints and then a solid touch on the door it felt like the grip of an old friend's hand.
Channeling too near your own cour'souvra was extremely painful, the nearer, the more the pain; this close, she did not think she would survive a simple touch on the Source.
But a touch on her arm delayed her and she found herself looking up into the long, narrow, heavy-browed face of the Reverend Tobias Strangelove, great-nephew of the marchioness.