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throb

 [throb]
a pulsating movement or sensation.

throb

(throb),
1. To pulsate.
2. A beating or pulsation.

throb

(throb)
1. To pulsate.
2. A beating or pulsation.
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There was an instance when one of the girls let's call her Norma 1 was actually riding the same car as Heart Throb but she didn't say a word, fearing he might recognize her voice.
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On the strength of my P-38 and F-5 training in 1945 and RB-26 night-recce training and combat in Korea in 1951-52, I became a Heart Throb Pilot.
Williams has teamed up with other creative talents to make Throb, an innovative, exploratory, challenging project combining her own paintings and drawings with the poetry of Rhian Edwards, the choreography of Romain Guion and Marta Zollet, and the musicianship of Pete Wyer.
FORMER Primal Scream guitarist Robert "Throb" Young has died aged 49, it emerged yesterday.
Washington, May 29 (ANI): Beyonce Knowles says her feet 'throb' when she goes to bed after performing, courtesy her spiked stilettos.
A North East slimming star has been getting up close and personal with a TV heart throb.
The three pronged guitar attack of Andrew Innes, Throb and Kevin Shields threatened to raise the roof on numbers such as Accelerator, Miss Lucifer and City.
The throb of turboprops echoes through the skies of the Middle East.
Not only did she hear the jet engines roar, she also felt them throb. The feeling was a lot like the one she used to get as a little girl in church, when the low organ notes would boom right through her body.
As someone who has lived very near the foreshore for the past 36 years, I can tell them that the throb of marine diesel engines has been there all the time, but it is so unobtrusive that nobody notices or objects in the slightest.
From a distance, the bottom of the painting looks partly scalloped, following the shapes of the ovals; from a middle distance, the tarry blob seems to constitute its own plane behind the ellipses, which appear to float; from close up, the informe distends and becomes part of the oval outlines, seeming to throb as it merges and disengages with them.