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noun Osculation
verb To touch or caress with the lips as an expression of affection, greeting, respect, or amorousness
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All that embodied energy kissed goodbye! In large parts of London, the idea of wholesale replacement is anathema (about 80 per cent of the borough of Westminster comprises designated conservation areas, for example).
If we hadn't had help from Business Link to get the right advice we would have kissed goodbye to an estimated pounds 50,000.''
Now we have kissed goodbye to the Capital of Culture, does this mean development on the Quaysides will grind to a halt?
Mr Bevan, from Pentrebach, Merthyr Tydfil, had kissed goodbye to his partner Claire Powell, pictured right with Andrew, and said: ``See you
Division One before the start of the season but have kissed goodbye to any hopes of
A LETTER written by Private Tom Hughes has finally been delivered - not to the wife he addressed it to in England in 1914, but to the infant daughter he kissed goodbye as he left for war 85 years ago.
l b ft He kissed goodbye to a potential cash-and-shares award of PS374,000 after the group warned that profits for 2014 would be half the PS732million analysts were expecting.
BIGMOUTH Blackburn striker Benni McCarthy may have kissed goodbye to his international career.
Harjinder Sangha, 30, had kissed goodbye to his joyful wife and son at the maternity ward just two hours before the accident which claimed his life.