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warm

providing a sensation of approximately body heat.

warm water blanket
a device containing circulating warm water; used to apply heat in the prevention or treatment of hypothermia.
warm receptors
are not specifically identifiable but a given temperature receptor will respond to warm or cold stimuli but not both.
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Over a number of years I have made several visits to Arnhem and through contacts have been received warmly by the Arnhem mayor who, at the same time has indicated that they are quite happy to keep the close links with Croydon and do not wish to link with any other English city.
mission in Cambodia where the peacekeepers were warmly welcomed.
The employees of Sports Board Punjab warmly received the newly-appointed DG SBP who was serving as Deputy Commissioner Gujranwala prior to his current assignment.
Prime Minister Khaqan Abbasi warmly hugged Nawaz Sharif before he sat in his car surrounded by large number of party workers who were chanting slogans of 'Wazir-e-Azam Nawaz Sharif'.
Warmly illustrated with expressive colors against minimal backgrounds, Are You Thinking What I'm Thinking?
Sullivan's gluttony for punishment is all the more baffling since many mainline Protestant denominations have warmly embraced gays.
Featuring a perfect match-up between the lyrical storytelling style of Richard Jorgensen and the warmly charming illustrations of Warren Hanson, Reading With Dad is a picturebook about the treasured relationship between parent and child.
Toren does a great job carrying the reader through the dry parts and warmly reading the personal parts.
On the other hand, the suddenly ubiquitous Jane Fonda, who adores Haskell and worked with him on several anti-war projects back in the day, warmly shares her most cherished advice on coping with a tough dad.
I was warmly welcomed by the diocese, and certainly by the open-minded and open-hearted Inuit of Salluit, Ivujivik and Kangiqsujuaq, where I ministered.
The masterworks, for example Balanchine's Agon, performed by Dance Theatre of Harlem, and Graham's Embattled Garden, performed by the Martha Graham Dance Company, were warmly applauded.
Even today, if you visit the CCCB website, you will see the NRSV lectionary warmly praised.