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1. interj. an emphatic or meaningless word that, when said frequently, marks the speaker as speaking in a very casual or slangy mode. (see also like, you know. Used in writing only for effect.) This is, like, so silly!
2. interj. a particle meaning roughly saying. (Always with some form of be. Never used in formal writing.) And I’m like, “Well, you should have put your hat on!”
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In fourth is Obama's last tweet as president, liked 1.
In addition to seeing people who've already liked you, Tinder Gold also will include all the features that are available from Tinder Plus.
East Asians liked cinnamaldehyde less than Caucasians, which could reflect a cultural difference in the pleasantness of this compound.
For all three types of photographs -- neutral, risky and even their own -- the teens were more likely to click like if more people had liked them than if fewer people liked them," said Greenfield, a UCLA distinguished professor of psychology.
Skift, the New York-based travel intelligence company, compiled a report since March that found Dubai International is receiving "likes" 50 per cent faster than the most liked airport.
Dubai International is now the fastest growing airport on Facebook, according to report by Skift, a New York-based travel intelligence company, that compared follower growth of most liked airport pages over a two month period since March 2014.
The researchers found that less than five percent of gay users liked a group or statement with an obvious connection to homosexuality, such as "Gay Marriage.
The case involved a Facebook campaign in which Coastal advertised that those who liked its Facebook page would receive free glasses.
The computer also correctly identified 88 percent of gay men, even though less than 5 percent of them had liked things explicitly related to sexual orientation.
Summary: Korean popstar Psy's global hit Gangnam Style has become the most liked video on YouTube ever.
Our old friend "a recent poll" has indicated that most ad-executives and marketers just want to be liked.
Currently, the classification methodology most broadly accepted by the scientific community is bidimensionality, considering social preference and the impact of social variables from which derive five sociometric types: liked, rejected, neglected, controversial, and average.
Natasha Ward, aged nine, said: "I liked playing the steel pans, the sound they make made you feel happy".
Islamabad, July 05, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Summers is the least liked season as only 2% of all Pakistanis like it, followed by autumn (7%), revealed the findings of a survey conducted by Gilani Research Foundation- Gallup Pakistan.