The Share Arouse
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While no two stories are alike, they all successfully arouse
different aspects of sexual play and fantasy.
Experienced business and executive consultant Phil Baker presents the "Seven A's of Persuasion" (Announce, Arouse
, Align, Affirm, Assure, Assist, Adjouorn) and "Seven New Laws of Job Negotiating" (Old Law: The strongest negotiation tool is the ability to walk away from the table.
Laura Hickey's Mysterious Chills and Thrills will arouse
the imaginations of the young adult fiction audience, speaking to six-year-olds and up in language natural to that age group.
Each commentary section ends with a paragraph labeled "For Reflection" that may stimulate additional items to arouse
The "White Rose" was a group at Munich University in 1942-43 which used pamphlets to arouse
a university movement against the Nazi regime.
powerful passions and give rise to disagreements that are on occasion marked by a lack of civility.
The Catholic Church believes the unusual ring tones will be a feast of recognition for users as well as arouse
the curiosity of others.
Institute activities "arouse
questions that arouse
other questions and experiments.
Even crotches in their faces fail to arouse
the impassive men.
Finally, and perhaps most central to al-Nawwab's project as a poet, is the very concerted dedication to the composition, orchestration and performance of poetry that is meant to stir and agitate his audience, to provoke and arouse
a wide range of emotions - childlike wonderment, nostalgic longing, sensuous arousal, disgust, rage - all in some way meant to be intimately related back to the fate of the contemporary Arab World as a matter of urgent collective concern.
Patterson sharply challenges some current feminist readings of The Rape of Lucrece by bringing out the poem's neglected republican elements; her argument that "'class' divides us more incisively than 'gender'" will certainly arouse
But not wanting to arouse
taxpayer suspicion -- or the ire of students and parents who have been socked, year after year, with rising fees -- the system used clever accounting to conceal the full costs.
Its characters arouse
sympathy because of their comically flawed humanity, not because they are abstract symbols of class or nationality.
Many poems rely heavily on conjunctions and articles that do little to arouse