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blushing

A white or grayish cast on high-gloss paint; results from the precipitation of binder solids owing to incompatibility with water, oil, or solvent.
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In order to also examine the effect of SFA on actual physiological blushing, we used infrared thermography to measure real-time changes in facial skin temperature of individuals before, during, and after blushing episodes during social encounters that might be expected to be blush-inducing.
The small muscles and blood vessels which cause blushing are controlled by the nervous system - a network of nerves that produce automatic responses.
Describing why he bought Blushing Barada, Murphy says: "She was just a lovely mare with a wonderful build and stature, and is from a solid family.
Another way to alleviate the stress caused by blushing is to speak openly about it.
Blushing is caused when adrenalin generated by a situation makes veins expand, allowing more blood to flow and leaving the sufferer red-faced.
SHARON, Longbridge A BLUSHING is a common phenomenon, Sharon.
HANDSOME Simon Carey has finally started dating girls at the age of 31 - after an op to cure his BLUSHING.
When he won the race aboard Blushing John in 1989, it was a $500,000 event.
Another disadvantage is people interpret blushing as an admission of guilt, when really it is no such indicator.
I can remember blushing frequently when I was in my teens - but going to medical school at 18 soon cured me of the problem.