emote


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emote

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(emotion) A command used on talk systems and MUDs to indicate the performance of an action, usually a facial expression of emotional state.
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Just when fans thought the K-pop group won't be making any more news while in New York, the seven went and grooved to the 'emotes' or dance moves one's 'Fortnite' character can perform in 'Fortnite Battle Royale'.
If the beloved's beauty gives the lover a reason to love her--he recognizes her beauty and is moved because he recognizes the goodness of beauty--then why is it reasonable for someone else, who recognizes her beauty, not to be moved to emote with love?
The EMOTE trial used on oral formulation of Perfan I.V., which is indicated for the treatment of acute decompensated CHF.
Yes, he's a guy--but, he does emote even if he keeps a cool, collected exterior.
"They need to talk, ask questions, understand their loss, emote."
You can hear it in the music, though, along with vocals that emote in a manner not unlike the great Elvis Costello.
Animals that talk, emote, and express moral ideas are usually exiled to children's literature, but there was a time when beasts were respected characters in spiritual reading.
In general, the Treasury Department and IRS are to be commended for proposing significant changes restricting the "emote continuity" doctrine.
And game-show contestants must pass virtual rehearsals demonstrating their capacity to emote in wide-mouthed commodity joy.
"There are many other signs that Orange County has moved from being a emote area to being a hybrid suburb of New York City and gateway to the North-eastern United States," says Carlisle.
The same twelve different areas of one's life space have been used for each of the two worlds (DISPROF and EMOTE) to insure full coverage in the assessment of changes taking place:
The rapper even claims that Epic Games infringed his rights when it blatantly copied his signature dance to form the "Swipe It" emote. The "Sleepin" hitmaker has already filed a lawsuit, and he is being represented by Pierce Bainbridge.