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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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Tyddyn Mawr is an 18th century farmhouse lovingly restored to establish superb accommodation.
She is survived and will be lovingly missed by her husband of 43 years, Donald E.
American road trip | Chef taking on world | Solicitor turned stylist POST PROPERTY THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2012 1 In Post WORLDLY WISE Turn-of-the-century home has global feel DAZZLING DESIGN Glorious Art Deco architecture Property ISSUE 298 THURSDAY OCTOBER 25 2012 POST PROPERTY A lovingly restored Georgian home; vibrant decor inspired by pharaohs' tombs; and Back to the a glorious Art drawing room Couple lovingly restore Georgian home Deco gem EDGBASTONHARBORNEHEREFORDSHIRESTAFFORDSHIRESOLIHULL WARWICKSHIRESHROPSHIRESTOURBRIDGEWORCESTERSHIRE
Even the multiplayer options, offering both co-op and competitive deathmatches, feel lovingly crafted in a genre not known for its social play.
DATING from 1920, this attractive bungalow has been lovingly renovated.
HAVING been lovingly refurbished, this farmhouse has been converted into two five bedroom homes, valued at pounds 450,000 and pounds 475,000 respectively.
RUSSELL Florence Wife of the late Stanley, eight years, lovingly remembered.
Summary: THE One Theatres across the Middle East are proud to bring you funky Wrist Wraps that have been lovingly hand-embroidered by Palestinian women in the Kalandia Refugee Camp on the outskirts of Jerusalem.
It is with great sadness that the family of Margaret Best, lovingly known as "Grannie" announces her passing on Monday, 24 December 2007, at the age of 90 years.
In craft news, photographer Giovanni Reda lovingly created a Harold Hunter tribute book celebrating the life and wild times of everyone's favorite New Yorker.
It is well-plotted, with wonderful prose and a setting lovingly, nostalgically and wonderfully evoked.