Kiss, The

Kiss, The

sculpture by French sculptor Rodin depicting passionate embrace. [Art: Osborne, 988]
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Preparing herself for her mother's last goodnight kiss, the child gives counted kisses to each beloved toy, starting with one kiss for the croaking frog and ending with ten kisses for the night time raccoon.
In 2009 Kiss, the category leader, drew upon its resources to invest heavily in the category to drive growth and expand the user base via national television advertising.
There have, in fact, been all sorts of kisses - the Judas kiss of treachery, the good luck kiss, the farewell kiss and the Glasgow kiss, usually preceded by the giver inquiring of the recipient: "Can yer mother stitch?
The more passionately you kiss, the more exercise your facial muscles are getting, so it helps to keep you looking younger.
The erotic potential of kissing was thereby marshaled to manage behavior and identity (103-13), although sexualized kissing did not receive the same sustained attention as the more dangerous kiss, the kiss of betrayal.
KISSING is a great way to stay trim - the more passionate and longer the kiss, the more calories you'll burn.
A ferocious, lusty, lingering kiss, the expensive culmination and combination of all the varied emotions expressed in the movements that come before.
It's also in our folklore - the prince wakes sleeping beauty with a m a kiss, the princess changes the frog into a prince with a kiss.
Diana Son's Stop Kiss, the surprise hit of the off-Broadway season at the Joseph Papp Public Theater, zeroes in on that last agonizing moment before the love between two women speaks its name.
The coward does it with a kiss, the brave man with a sword!"
Feel-good dopamine rushes around the brain when people kiss, the testosterone level increases in both sexes and the adrenal glands secrete the hormones adrenaline and noradrenaline.