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throb

 [throb]
a pulsating movement or sensation.

throb

(throb),
1. To pulsate.
2. A beating or pulsation.

throb

Etymology: ME, throbben, to beat intensely
a deep, pulsating kind of discomfort or pain. throbbing, adj., n.

throb

(throb)
1. To pulsate.
2. A beating or pulsation.

throb

a pulsating movement or sensation.
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Throb is more about sexual communication between genders, something Williams feels passionate about.
Many men have a fear of doctors and of hearing the worst, but I'm hoping that Throb will enable people to discuss sexual communication and become enlightened.
I want Throb to open the issue up and get people to embrace it.
But I believe the research I've done on Throb has greatly enhanced my own work, it's added new dimensions to how I like to examine gender communication.
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The Heart Throb RB-57 featured a pressurized compartment for the cameras: one 12"-focal-length, 9x9"-format mapping camera; and two 36"-focal-length, 9"x 18"-format target cameras.
One thing was becoming clear; Heart Throb was over sometime after the summer of '56.
The RB-57 Heart Throb Canberra was a great airplane and a joy to fly.
was an RB-57 Heart Throb pilot and later served as the J35 (Recce/EW) on the Joint Staff.