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|1.||“It makes evolutionary sense that the immune system would respond aggressively only when it’s really needed, ” says Mark Schaller, a psychologist and co-author of the study.||1|
|2.||'Dividends make sense to people,' says Jerry Harris, president of asset management at Sterne Agee, who adds historical stock-market returns have been driven by dividends.||1|
|3.||'I've done it,' she thought with a sweet sense of triumph.||1|
|4.||'The Bloody Mary has been called the world's most complex cocktail, and from the standpoint of flavour chemistry, you've got a blend of hundreds of flavour compounds that act on the taste senses.||1|
|5.||'There was a real sense of discovery on my part when Paula introduced me to the images and on the part of the museum visitors who were discovering these images for the first time, ' Hollander said.||1|
|6.||" If you had any sense you'd have married Stuart or Brent Tarleton long ago.||1|
|7.||"Action", in the sense of a judicial proceeding, includes recoupment, counterclaim, set-off, suit in equity, and any other proceeding in which rights are determined.||1|
|8.||"All the roads in this town were built by businessmen, so none of them make any sense, " Chen says as we back out of what we just discovered is a one-way street.||1|
|9.||"All's well that ends well" is the dictum of unanimous common sense .||1|
|10.||"But where, " asked Tom Paine in his famoustract, Common sense, "...is the king of America?||1|
|11.||"Chinese culture doesn't let women express sexiness," said Wang Shuang, a 35-year-old marketing executive who said salsa has given her a new sense of self.||1|
|12.||"Clearly we have to have a sense of urgency at the start of the game," Pacers coach Frank Vogel said.||1|
|13.||"Common sense would say that he had to see something," Lehr says.||1|
|14.||"Despite this senseless abuse, we have had no reports of Tusker hurting anyone, which is testament to his basic good nature, " Rodrigues said.||1|
|15.||"For us, success comes in a real sense of community ownership and a long-lasting commitment to the environment," Gill Tatum, Urban Mines chief executive officer, said.||1|
|16.||"Germans feel like the paymaster for the EU and have a sense of entitlement," said Neugebauer, adding that Merkel "tends to act like a schoolmistress at times."||1|
|17.||"Growing Pains" is at least her fourth album in a row to be accompanied by a round of interviews that find her vaunting a newfound sense of self and some measure of hard-earned happiness.||1|
|18.||"He is one of the main writers who brought ambition, a sense of play, a joy in storytelling and an exuberant experimentalism of form back to the novel in the late '80s and early 1990s, " Ulin said.||1|
|19.||"I sensed personally more anti-Americanism on this trip than I did at any time during the Cold War, and it was dismaying, " he said.||1|
|20.||"In short, recent data would suggest that Asia has begin to delink from the West in the sense of generating more internal demand for its own products," they said in a recent report.||1|
|21.||"In this sense, it is mutually beneficial — the classic tag line to China's engagement with African countries and one which I think in this case holds," Alden told SciDev.Net.||1|
|22.||"It gives you a sense of the scale of what NASA does that our flight test rocket is larger than any other rocket in the world," Ares I-X deputy mission manager Jon Cowart told SPACE.com.||1|
|23.||"It's not a sense of humor you often encounter among people who believe in Scientology, " Herskovitz continued.||1|
|24.||"Many see the robotics industry at a technological turning point where a move to PC architecture makes more and more sense, " Tandy wrote in his report to me after his fact-finding mission.||1|
|25.||"Men love the combination of two things: A sense of adventure, and when their women are spontaneously overcome with erotic passion, " says Lou Paget, author of 365 Days of Sensational Sex.||1|
|26.||"Mosquitoes find us through their sense of smell, but until now we've known very little about how they do this, " said Professor John Carlson, a molecular biologist at Yale University.||1|
|27.||"Obviously we're going to go with what makes the most sense for Austin and for the department," she says. So Fred Durst may be, well, — SOL.||1|
|28.||"Opium" is a provocative, sensual, and voluptuous fragrance which makes all your senses vibrate.||1|
|29.||"Shaping character, and manufacturing quality" has been the Asura factory training, with a high sense of responsibility for every consumer to buy products for Asura!||1|
|30.||"Soul" is the instinctive conditional reflex of human sense organs, such as starvation, sleepiness, hunger, tiredness, pain, ache, itch, etc.||1|
senses (plural noun)
- a faculty by which the body perceives an external stimulus; one of the faculties of sight, smell, hearing, taste, and touch.
- a feeling that something is the case.
- a sane and realistic attitude to situations and problems.
- a way in which an expression or a situation can be interpreted; a meaning.
senses (third person present) · sensed (past tense) · sensed (past participle) · sensing (present participle)
- perceive by a sense or senses.
- (of a machine or similar device) detect.