deep sensation

deep sensation

the awareness or perception of pain, pressure, or tension in the deep layers of the skin, muscles, tendons, or joints. Such sensations are conveyed to the brain via the spinal column. Compare superficial sensation.
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It is only this calling whose primary appeal lies in the suggestion of restless adventure which holds out that deep sensation to those who embrace it.
It doesn't matter if you're young or old or rich or poor or black or white, love is something that we all feel, and we all strive for a romantic [feeling], this kind of deep sensation, and I love that we can give people that in music.
Josh Gifford's Deep Sensation under Richard Rowe landed me a wee touch back in 1990 and the race has been reasonably kind to me.
As well as winning the National with Aldaniti, Gifford trained top-quality horses such as Door Latch, Deep Sensation, Bradbury Star and Katabatic.
Gifford trained more than 1,500 winners in his career including top-quality horses such as Door Latch, Deep Sensation, Bradbury Star and Katabatic.
Gifford, in his role as a jockey and then trainer at the level, was associated with many good horses, including Shady Deal, Deep Sensation and Bradbury Star.
He held off Deep Sensation and Martha's Son in a Melling Chase at Aintree that sent the stands roof off to land on the moon.
Hopefully some of the best speedsters will be there for a race which was unforgettable in 1995 when Viking Flagship beat Deep Sensation, marred in 1998 due to the loss of One Man, and won with consummate ease in 2003 by Native Upmanship.
Among the top racehorses the cricket-loving Gifford trained were Bradbury Star, Deep Sensation, Brief Gale, Approaching, Shady Deal, Comandante, Door Latch and Kybo, but of course his name will forever be linked with that of Aldaniti.
Other good horses he handled included Queen Mother Champion Chase winner Deep Sensation and the King George VI
Her clenched fists, arched feet, and melancholic expression remained evident throughout, imbuing the spectator with a deep sensation of sadness and pain.
Maguire always gives Viking Flagship the credit for his sheer courage, but three times they looked beaten and the jockey more than played his part, keeping the horse balanced between the third- and secondlast fences, when there was a temptation to go for everything in order to get to grips with Deep Sensation and Martha's Son.