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For many people, Thanksgiving means traveling or hosting family and friends, greeting them at the door with hugs or kisses, and then crowding together around a table to share a sumptuous feast.
Elbow, elbow, wrist, wrist, touch your pearls and blow a kiss.
My mother let me sleep in, then woke me with a kiss before she left for work.
In return, she blew him a kiss and said “I love you” right back.
Buoyed, Farah blew the audience a kiss, raised his arms, and started jumping up and down in place to keep the crowd going and warm up his legs.
Over a 27-day span, the attorney general asked the woman to come to his house at least 18 times, often punctuating the messages with kiss emoji and comments about the much-younger woman’s beauty.
She embraced Otteline; and gave him her hand to kiss, with repeated expressions of future confidence in the husband of her friend.
On the impulse he embraced her, and in the darkness found her lips, and the kiss was like a soul touch.
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One more kiss at the carriage-window and the train started, for even Italian trains must start at last.
He longed for death with a full and yearning desire, and he could kiss the hand that would be merciful and give the fatal blow.

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