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blissed-out

Alternative health
A colloquialism for being ecstatic, euphoric or in a trance, specifically as a result of a religious experience.

Drug slang
As above, but due to ecstasy.

Sexology
As above, but due to fulfilling sexual activity.
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SORRY, EVERYONE: Bliss Thorpe keeps her hands well away from the letter box after having to be rescued by the fire brigade.
When the game went in to extra innings, Hairapetian had no other pitching options other than Bliss.
The Fort Bliss Expansion Project will pose daunting challenges for the USACE, officials said, as it ensures contractors get work done on time and within budget, providing high-quality workmanship and materials and protecting the environment at the same time.
657), goes a long way toward establishing Bliss as one of the major symphonic writers of the twentieth century.
If I wanted to sell a side of beef to my neighbour, legally, I would have to have it graded at an abattoir," Bliss says.
Given his personal experience with construction machinery and his long-standing support for Blackstone Valley Tech, the school recently invited Bliss to take part in a hands-on test of the Construction Technology department's new excavator simulator.
Supported by the True Colours Trust, The Bliss Baby Charter invited any neonatal unit that has completed the Bliss Baby Charter Audit to apply for a small grant of up to PS1,000 or large grant of up to PS10,000 to help improve facilities for parents and families of premature and sick babies.
Bliss had an entertainment career that spanned six decades, including lending her voice for Smurfette, Elroy Jetson on "The Jetsons," and Crusader Rabbit on the eponymous animated show that was the first designed for television.
Bliss Capital will focus on acquiring portfolios of assets, directly held by private equity investors, family offices, banks and corporations.
Pamela Jones 54, a midwife at Ysbyty Gwynedd Bangor will be one of 100 runners pounding the streets of London on April 22 for Bliss.