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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

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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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Hey, we're Loveless - Nicki Brown, Neale Davies, Lucy Styles and Phil Styles - an alt pop band from Liverpool.
Between 1989 and 2011, at least 86 Texas defendants including Loveless and Miller had their convictions overturned, according to the National Registry of Exonerations.
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In years past, we've seen a lot of venture capital activity," says Scott Loveless, partner with the Salt Lake City firm Parr Brown Gee and Loveless.
Spokeswoman Penny Loveless said: "We are still gunning for the 1,000 jobs.
Washington, September 3 (ANI): Actress Tori Spelling has slammed a recent tabloid report claiming that her marriage with husband Dean MCDermott is just a sham as they share a loveless relationship.
A loveless childhood led to a loveless adulthood, which is why the love shown by his fans mattered to him so much.
As a counter to Loveless, Burris cites a successful program for accelerating math achievement for kids in 6th through 8th grades.
We have kids who are misplaced in their math classes,"' said Tom Loveless, the study's author.
Lone Wolf jumped into the knife scene by recruiting two long time innovators--Bob Loveless and Paul Poehlmann--as collaborators on their early offerings.
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