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Poor coordination, meanwhile, can arouse musicians’ lateral prefrontal cortex regions to impose control and ground them before they can take flight.
WE’RE MORE OF OURSELVES WHEN WE’RE IN TUNE WITH OTHERS - ISSUE 104: HARMONYKEVIN BERGERJULY 21, 2021NAUTILUS
By introducing these arousing toys into your cat’s play routine, you can avoid impromptu fights between, say, your cat’s claws and your couch, as well as unnecessary weight gain.
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They electrically aroused the cell milliseconds before wiggling a whisker.
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The book probed the discipline’s theoretical underpinnings in addition to exploring more provocative questions, such as whether analysts were ever aroused by their patients’ fantasies.
JANET MALCOLM, ELEGANT AND INCISIVE WRITER FOR THE NEW YORKER, DIES AT 86HARRISON SMITHJUNE 17, 2021WASHINGTON POST
“We want to arouse curiosity for these authors and, consequently, curiosity about books,” explains Aurora Pedro Pinto of Livraria’s executive board.
TIME AND LEGENDARY BOOKSTORE PARTNER ON NEW COVER EXHIBITD.W. PINEJUNE 1, 2021TIME
The suspicions of the group were aroused when a sudden flurry of Cortés papers emerged on the market in 2017.
FORGET ART AND GEMS, THIEVES MAKE DISCREET MILLIONS AT THE LIBRARYCANDIDA MOSSMAY 30, 2021THE DAILY BEAST
If Johnson insists that Scotland can’t vote, the anger he’ll arouse could shift support sharply in favor of breakaway.
WHY SCOTLAND'S MOVE TOWARDS INDEPENDENCE MAY PROVE MORE DIFFICULT THAN BREXITIAN BREMMERMAY 13, 2021TIME
Now, two decades later, Mondale refused to arouse expectations beyond what he thought government could concretely deliver.
IS WALTER MONDALE-STYLE LIBERALISM BACK?STEVEN M. GILLONAPRIL 22, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The student who does not intend to arouse himself need hope for no keen sense of beauty.
EXPRESSIVE VOICE CULTUREJESSIE ELDRIDGE SOUTHWICK
If he had set out to arouse emotion in these two sluggish breasts he had done so with a vengeance.
THE JOYOUS ADVENTURES OF ARISTIDE PUJOLWILLIAM J. LOCKE
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