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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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Because in this way they present to all an example of unfailing and generous love, they build up the brotherhood of charity, and they stand as witnesses and co-operators of the fruitfulness of Mother Church, as a sign of and a share in that love with which Christ loved his Bride and gave himself for her" (Lumen gentium, 41).
Although she loved her school, "I never felt it my true vocation.
LoveJordan,Cody& Jaden xxx Jackson Darhyl To my superhero daddy thank you for everything you do for me lots of love from your mini me Layton x JACKSON TIM Happy Father's Day dad and grandad from all your loved ones small and big xxxxx Jaques Adam Happy Father's Day to the best daddy ever we love u so much love Chantelle, Harley-Wayne & dennis xx Jaques Michael Happy Father's Day dad we hope you have a lovely day all our love Adam and Naomi xx Jeacock Andy Happy father's day grandad lots of love Liam,Sinead,James,Paris & Daniel xxx Jeacock Andy Happy father's day dad lots of love Alison, Adrianne & Adam xxx Jeacock Matthew Happy Father's Day Hope you have a good day Lots of love from Megan and Lewis xxx Jenkins Gaz Happy Father's Day to my Daddy
He, then, will not be loved by God the Father, nor by Jesus Christ, for the reason that the love for a man by God Almighty is conditional on the man loving God by keeping the commandments of Jesus Christ.
They intertwine, as though they loved each other all along a spiraled hyperbole" (72).
These values impel the new person to become loved and loving.
She compared the two men in her life to the ideal--"clean bodily & spiritually, whose goal is high, tho'ts pure, and who have never loved or touched a woman save myself"--but both of them fell short in some respect.
We want to let you know how much you are loved and appreciated for all you do for your children and grandchildren.
We should be artful when it comes to loving, and circumspect when it comes to recognizing that we are loved.
As usual, in response to the clown, the renegade, the harlequin Hylas, Silvandre has made a patient and reasoned expose on the preeminence of the spiritual when his argument culminates in the question, "is it not impossible that he who loves only the body, be loved by it, inasmuch as love can be only in the soul?
I realized how much I loved it, and how hard it would be not to see the sunrise every morning, the snow, the sky, the trees, the rocks, the faces of people, all so different and it was during this period that all things began to flow together.
They accepted also the pain that love could bring, sometimes noting their jealousy when a lover showed interest in others, even more commonly citing their grief when a loved one was absent.