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The resources are there if we want to learn that stuff but primarily when I was there it was more very tactile SEM.
That’s part of the reason why history is built on preserving enduring visual and tactile artifacts, such as paintings, writings, architectural sites, or simply stones and bones.
Remember that every ingredient you use will register some sort of effect on the trigeminal nerve, whether it is a tactile sensation, temperature-related, astringency, fattiness, pungency, numbness, a cooling sensation or the mild burn of alcohol.
THERE’S A SCIENCE TO FOOD PAIRING, AND YOU CAN LEARN IT HEREPETER COUCQUYT, BERNARD LAHOUSSE, AND JOHAN LANGENBICKOCTOBER 22, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
It was a wild ride, but as a book it was inevitably more static and less tactile than other approaches.
The researchers then did the same experiments, using tactile input only, with 15 subjects who had been blind since birth.
FACE VALUETATE RYAN-MOSLEYOCTOBER 20, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Additionally, “we added a tactile component,” he said, including a session where meals were sent out to paying attendees who then tuned in for a related panel.
Special nerve endings, called the tactile corpuscles, are found there, each inclosed in a sheath or capsule of connective tissue.
A CIVIC BIOLOGYGEORGE WILLIAM HUNTER
The constant wash of animal reactions was missing, as was the vague tactile awareness of his PK.
DEATHWORLDHARRY HARRISON
And this time it was accompanied by what I can only describe as a vivid tactile hallucination.
Their eyes, too, are less perfectly developed, and the tactile proboscis of their free-moving relatives is absent.
THE SEA SHOREWILLIAM S. FURNEAUX

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