smooch


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smooch

Informal
Brit a piece of music played for dancing to slowly and amorously
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Japanese scientists even found a 30-minute smooch reduces the quantity of histamine pumped out by your body and dampens the allergic reaction.
Smooch said it plans to use this financing round to expand its support for consumer messaging channels and business software vendors, and to continue to build its team.
There's no set timeline for when to go for that smooch, but at the end of a great date is always ideal.
Smooch is cared for by a local wildlife volunteer and Rose becomes involved in wildlife activism.
Second place in a poll of 2,500 film fans by Imperiaho had his wife and two daughters aged 10 and11withhim,was on his way home from shopping in Basing stoke, Hants,when the engine caught firel Leather went to Jennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze's smooch in Dirty Dancing.
Seventh-grade teacher Jill Myers may have been game to smooch a pig as part of a fundraiser at Lincoln Middle School in Cottage Grove, but the pig wanted no part in it and proceeded to squirm, squeal and protest loudly.
Picture the scene - amorous couple heads for the stationery cupboard for a bit of a smooch when one suddenly whips out a piece of paper and says: "Would you mind just signing this?
In "Iran Behind the Veil" (October 16), William Jasper does a masterful job of sounding the tocsin to us all that we should not be too quick to smooch with the soothsaying Iranian dervish, for he speaketh with a forked tongue, but Jasper's crystalline logic comes a cropper in one area--Hezbollah.
The sex-infused WB network cut a playful same-sex smooch from the March 29 pilot of The Bedford Diaries, a show about the carnal adventures of New York college students.
This show found Wesley up to his usual tricks with images as mannered as film stills, often marked by an expressive quirk (like the oval glasses on the girl being kissed in Smooch, 2003).
100 Best Places to Kiss, Smooch and Snuggle in Bermuda by Dale Butler (The Writer's Machine, $12.