intimacy


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intimacy

1. A close familial, personal, or emotional relationship with another person.
2. Sexual relations.
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Sexy Brain brings the understanding of intimacy to a whole new level.
In En la cama, however, we see the tension between jouissance and mere pleasure, but more particularly, the film explores sexuality, sensuality, and intimacy between strangers.
The UAE Brand Intimacy Report was commissioned for the first time by MBLM to truly understand the emotional bonds between consumers and brands in the UAE.
The foundation of customer intimacy is customer insight, based on what has come to be called customer intelligence.
It seems clear that the growing mall culture we have in the UAE has a big influence on how people feel towards brands," said William Shintani, partner at MBLM, a brand intimacy agency.
Our own marketing professor who used to be a Unilever brand manager also told us that it's the brand's marketing activities and campaigns that create and direct customer intimacy and behavior.
The meditation on "sitting with strangers" that closes Romantic Intimacy also expresses something of the study's methodological tenor: Yousef's book on intimacy can seem at times paradoxically chilly, formidable in its rigor, but it is necessarily so.
More recent research attempts to focus on intimacy as a target of client treatment and in the formation of the therapeutic relationship (Bailey, 2002).
If family encompasses a constructive and healthy environment and some warm and interpersonal intimacy relations, it will prepare the situation for headway and progress among the members as a whole.
Sexuality is, in a sense, the human search for wholeness and finds expression through intimacy.
0 is a fashion project exploring the relation between intimacy and technology.
The match of the day, the men's final between Intimacy and last year's champion, Tropang Balushi, didn't disappoint the crowd that had gathered to support their teams.