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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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The New York Police Department later interviewed the families of 1,077 people whose bodies were raided for spines, bones, tendons, and other tissues.
In the case of connected bodies it would require the existence of a body that is infinite in actuality, and, in the case of the disconnected bodies, the existence of a number infinite in actuality and to which more cannot be added.
Keywords: men's bodies, consumer culture, contemporary men's research
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.
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.
Actors and clowns around the world have painted their faces and bodies for centuries.
Readers of Carolyn Thomas de la Pena's engaging study of bodies and machines in late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century America will find a keen attention to the "physical experience of laypersons" (p.
Some pictures were of just faces or just bodies, while others consisted of the four combinations possible with a frightened or angry face and a frightened or angry body stance.
Perhaps most importantly it offers a way of reverencing our bodies and sexuality in the midst of a culture that all too often sees sex as a recreational right and our bodies as machines in constant need of improvement.