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warm

1. (of colours) predominantly red or yellow in tone
2. (of a scent, trail, etc.) recently made; strong
3. near to finding a hidden object or discovering or guessing facts, as in children's games
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Most importantly, we have the culture and warmness of the Qatari people," said QA Group chief executive Akbar al-Baker, who led the signing agreement with QTA, VFS Global and MoI.
From the elaborate decor near the entrance and its radiant colours displayed around the interior, the quirkiness of the restaurant, as well as its warmness are the first impressions one gets of Zanaar.
They must be deferential with their customers and treat them as special: make constant eye contact; project a sense of warmness or affection; use their names often; use expressions of empathy; show interest in their hobbies, business, work, or family; and other "embellishment of routinized actions with personal referents to make a person feel like an individual, not just [a] customer.
It was like one could almost touch its warmness and that was a feeling that just had to be shared.
In addition, the comfort knitted fabric give light weight, warmness, resistance to wrinkle and easy care due to stretch imparted by the looped yarn structure (Ogulata and Mavruz, 2010).
If I didn't like his personality, the warmness of the football man you can talk to, he probably wouldn't have been here because the team have been doing all right.
It is known that people in different countries experience different thermal comfort and the definition of warmness itself is completely different.
Physical anhedonia denotes inability to derive pleasure from physical experiences such as eating, touching, sexual activity warmness, movement, smell, or sound, whereas social anhedonia is related to interpersonal relations (11).
Moreover, Vesanovic and associates had studied different stimuli to the neo-vagina that were reconstructed by Mc Indoe technique after one year in twenty one patients, and compared it with sensory status of vaginas of normal females, and they demonstrated appearance of the types of sensations (Touch, warmness, coldness) which were as same as that found in normal females.
Despite growing warmness in the Sino-Indian relations in early 1950s, China did not endorse the Indian position on Kashmir.
Moreover, even interviewees' perceptions of interviewers' affective qualities, such as warmness, agreement, and humor, influenced interviewees' anxiety, by reducing it, for example, in graduate applicants for a position with an international financial organization (Carless & Imber, 2007).
There were complaints of pain, inability to flex joints in the morning, warmness on inspection and swelling compared to other joints.