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Drug slang A regionally popular street term for crack cocaine
Psychology The personal experience and manifest expression of emotional attachment or bonding to another person
Types Sacred and profane love, and affectional and erotic love. The word is also used in the vernacular as a synonym for like or fancy
Sports medicine Nil, naught (tennis)

love

[ME.]
1. Profound concern and affection for another person.
2. In psychoanalysis, love may be equated with pleasure, particularly as it applies to the gratifying sexual experiences between individuals.
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The church, of all places, has the potential to provide opportunities to build loving relationships.
In so doing he accepts that suffering and abuse are not only necessarily a part of loving relationships but also a part of the covenant with God.
Had the love repressed in "Brokeback Mountain" been allowed to express itself openly decades ago, I suspect the result would have been a good deal more honest, caring and loving relationships, fewer divorces and suicides, and the universal church may have spared many parishioners decades of much sadness, turmoil and confusion by acknowledging the truth of universal love.
Many twentieth-century ethicists looked to replace this impersonal act-focused approach with a central concern for mutually respectful loving relationship.
The following tips can help you enjoy a loving relationship while avoiding some taxing mistakes.
She waits patiently for years, hoping to wear down the defenses of his aloof propriety and draw him into a loving relationship.
It can't just be on its own though, it needs to be part of a good, loving relationship.
How do you sustain a loving relationship with someone who no longer knows who you are?
If it does turn out you are gay it's hardly the end of the world and I'm sure you would find a happy, loving relationship.
If you wish to prepare in advance to build a loving relationship, COUNTDOWN TO LOVE is the place to begin.
Spokeswoman Carol Maher said: "It emphasises that having a loving relationship doesn't mean you have to have sex.
The difference here is our patients form a close, loving relationship with them.