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Body

The main part of a document or advertisement. The body provides the most detailed information compared to other parts of a document. Especially in marketing, it is intended to elicit the desired response from the reader.
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Mbagathi is also appealing for the collection of the 56 male and 41 female bodies.
(One of Mastromarino's former employees contends the boss was pulling in double that.) The New York Police Department later interviewed the families of 1,077 people whose bodies were raided for spines, bones, tendons, and other tissues.
To him and to the esteemed philosophers in general the finite and the infinite are accidents which affect the quantity; the quantities, according to them, are either connected, like bodies, surfaces, lines, place, and time, or [are] disconnected, like numbers.
Our bodies are fearfully and wonderfully made by our creator, and the various members in our bodies are placed there by God.
Further, it highlights the contemporary change of research on men's bodies from one of quantitative psychological analyses to a more qualitative and, some might say, broader, eclectic and theoretical perspective.
And in the liturgy can by seen the importance accorded to our bodies.
Human bodies are an outlet for emotional expression.
Many of us understand this concept when it comes to our cars, our homes, or other high-ticket items, but we simply forget this when it comes to our bodies. The same goes for our teeth.
It is the biological mechanism that synchronizes cell divisions in our bodies which trigger the biological functions we need in order to live.
Rivers differ from other bodies of water in two ways--they are shallow and have currents.
Richard Dupont makes sculptures of bodies and images of bodies, but for all the precise corporeal detail they reproduce, they're still not tremendously physical.
Actors and clowns around the world have painted their faces and bodies for centuries.