intimate connection

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They have, at the same time, an intimate connection with the more immediate design of this paper; which is, to illustrate the tendency of the Union to repress domestic faction and insurrection.
It is, however, doubtful how far this idea will explain the circumstances of torrents of rain falling in the dry season during several days, after an earthquake unaccompanied by an eruption; such cases seem to bespeak some more intimate connection between the atmospheric and subterranean regions.
In his opinion the powers of the intellect held intimate connection with the capabilities of the stomach.
was safely delivered of a son and heir; a very interesting and satisfactory paragraph, at least to all those intimate connections who knew it before.
They have a reputation for performing recitals from memory which they believe creates an immediate and more intimate connection with their audience.
The artwork includes five pieces by Warhol himself, showcasing his intimate connection to the worlds of fashion, music, media, art and celebrity.
Our findings suggest that it's important to maintain an intimate connection with your partner, but you don't need to have sex every day as long as you're maintaining that connection," Muise added.
That habit of referring to Deakin chummily as "Roger" somewhat grates, but it emphasizes the author's sense of intimate connection with the mind behind Waterlog.
She has some sort of intimate connection with Peter, although she also warns Eve against him.
However, it is Pence who has a much more intimate connection to Ireland - and also to Doonbeg.
clues about overall health and problems in mouth can affect the rest of human body, the people have to understand the intimate connection between oral health and overall health.
These portraits examine the intersection between private, individual identity and the search for intimate connection with others.