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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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Dave Roberts, who organised the competition and put up the PS1,000 prize, said: "The theme was completely out of the box, and Lots Of Loveliness was a deserved winner.
Judith Oates-Miller of Holmfirth TIC with winners Eliza Taylor and Penny Hobson and right: Lucy Newman (right) |with her winning entry and her prize, presented by Emma of The Little Shop of Loveliness
It's the kind of stylish comic book loveliness that sets Utopia apart from other thrillers as we're tossed headlong back into the action.
Among specific topics are the setting for enchantment, theological grace and sublime grace, ecstatic visions, canons of the aura, places of apparition, flight and the wave, silences of the cloister and the garden, elegance and delicateness, loveliness and resplendence, the oneiric and the marvelous, and the mourning of art in the modern age.
Impressive views at Castle Hill Stunning countryside home has its own tower Pages 4-5 Victorian semi oozes character Listed building has been tastefully modernised Page 6 Traditional detached height of perfection Picturesque setting in sought-after area Page 7 A garden to take your breath away Former farmhouse is surrounded by loveliness Page 10 Property Expert Old foe gazumping has returned to annoy buyers Page 14 POST PROPERTY editor is Alison Jones Email: alison.
Born in Britain in 1935, No7 was launched with the slogan, "The modern way to loveliness.
He uses his very enthusiastic skills in finding the loveliness of nature and efficiently captures the great beauty through the camera.
The eye-catching Daria Sukhorukova, now a principal dancer with the Bavarian State Ballet, brings a melancholy loveliness to the walking pas de deux in "Emeralds.
Their harsh lives contrast with the still-unspoiled loveliness of the early New England setting.
The flavours and aromas, though, are full on: a whiff of ripe and juicy cranberry, the loveliness of sun-ripened peach and the zestiness of pink grapefruit.