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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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COCONUT BLISS New product: Frozen cookie sandwich made with coconut milk-based iced cream, organic sprouted brown rice and oat flours, organic hemp seeds and organic Fair Trade dark chocolate chips.
Bliss nurse Cheryl |Curson, left, Bliss Regional Volunteer Co-ordinator Alia Hussain and Chan Nandhray of the West Brom, Handsworth.
That's the only way they can appreciate,'' Bliss said, "what is involved in maintaining the course and what it takes to make other people happy.
Because of FORSCOM's divestiture of common modified table of organization and equipment (MTOE) equipment from the PDTE program, Fort Bliss has turned in equipment such as retail fuelers, cargo trucks, materials-handling equipment, and maintenance contact trucks that First Army relied on to support predeployment training.
DJ BLISS, who also has his own radio show on Channel Four and presents on TV in the UAE, was then invited over to New York to work in the superstar's studio to complete another three tracks.
Bliss has partnered with US firm Saints Capital, one of the world leading direct secondary investment firms.
Ramana Maharshi said, "If one scrutinises one's own self, which is bliss, there will be no misery at all in one's life.
The outbreak, according to Bliss, was met by a fatalism defined by anti-vaccination crusaders and common belief that smallpox was an indication of God's displeasure.
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.
Kathryn Littlewood's Bliss is a jaunty, humorous tale that will be sure to entice middle school readers.
Bliss asserts that "the biographer's job is not so much to write a case history" in order to illustrate some great idea or event, "as it is to re-create a life.
Jacksonville, Florida-based insurance company Fortegra Financial Corporation (NYSE: FRF) has said that Bob Abramson has been named as executive vice president of Fortegra Financial and president of Bliss & Glennon, effective August 15, 2011.