TOUCH


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TOUCHTogether Our Unity Can Heal (New York)
TOUCHTelehealth Outreach for Unified Community Health (University of New Mexico)
TOUCHTherapy of Unique Canine Helpers (St. Louis, MO)
TOUCHThe Organization for Universal Communal Harmony (Fairfax, VA)
TOUCHTake One Ukrainian Child's Hand
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Lizzie took her right hand from the scull it held, and touched her lips with it, and for a moment held it out lovingly towards him: then, without speaking, she resumed her rowing, as another boat of similar appearance, though in rather better trim, came out from a dark place and dropped softly alongside.
As soon as the ball gets past them, it's in touch, and out of play.
With the eyes of an immense concourse of spectators fixed upon them, the five knights advanced up the platform upon which the tents of the challengers stood, and there separating themselves, each touched slightly, and with the reverse of his lance, the shield of the antagonist to whom he wished to oppose himself.
"You are very kind, and I am very, very thankful to have met you." The first touch of womanly tenderness that I had heard from her trembled in her voice as she said the words; but no tears glistened in those large, wistfully attentive eyes of hers, which were still fixed on me.
Our sense of touch, stimulated by necessity, and developed by long training, enables us to distinguish angles far more accurately than your sense of sight, when unaided by a rule or measure of angles.
"I suppose it was Ruth and Ned," she said in a low voice, as though he had suddenly touched on something grave.
The touch of his hand was pleasant to her, and something deliciously more than pleasant.
At last he dreamt one night that he found a beautiful purple flower, and that in the middle of it lay a costly pearl; and he dreamt that he plucked the flower, and went with it in his hand into the castle, and that everything he touched with it was disenchanted, and that there he found his Jorinda again.
A joyous ray of the rising sun entered through her window and touched her face.
While she was holding the office of priestess of Hera, Zeus seduced her, and being discovered by Hera, touched the girl and changed her into a white cow, while he swore that he had no intercourse with her.
In the vignettes and other embellishments of some ancient books you will at times meet with very curious touches at the whale, where all manner of spouts, jets d'eau, hot springs and cold, Saratoga and Baden-Baden, come bubbling up from his unexhausted brain.
It was remembered afterwards that when he bent down and touched her face with his lips, he murmured some words.