from the heart


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from the heart

With deep emotional sincerity. I know it sounds cliché, but the best way to give a speech like this is to speak from the heart. Homemade gifts aren't always flashy, but they come from the heart.
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from the heart

Fig. from a deep and sincere emotional source. I know that your kind words come from the heart. We don't want your gift unless it comes from the heart.
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(come) (straight) from the ˈheart

(be) genuine and sincere: The letter comes straight from the heart. He means every word of it.
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An electric stimulator causes the muscle to contract to pump blood from the heart.
If the damage becomes extensive, heart failure or degeneration of the arteries carrying blood from the heart can occur.
Current tests do not distinguish between CK leaked from the heart and CK leaked from other damaged tissue.
Scientists don't know what triggers these deposits, but they do know that the narrowing of the pulmonary artery - which carries blood from the heart's right ventricle to the lungs - puts pressure on the right ventricle.