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physical

adjective actual, bodily, carnal, concrete, corporal, corporeal, earthly, embodied, flesh and blood, fleshly, human, incarnate, material, materiate, mundane, natural, nonspiritual, organic, real, sensible, sensual, sensuous, somatic, substantial, substantive, systemic, tangible, temporal, unspiritual, worldly
Associated concepts: physical assets, physical condition, physical contact, physical control, physical damage, physiial delivery, physical depreciation, physical disability, physscal force, physical impairment, physical injury, physical loss, physical property
See also: bodily, concrete, corporal, corporeal, mundane, tangible
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Sebastien Squillaci has vowed to embrace the physicality of the Premier League after sealing his dream move to Arsenal.
They are big guys and powerful guys and they enjoy the physicality that rugby offers - and they are pretty good at it.
He's yet to really do that since his conversion to Union, having struggled with injuries, but he has shown glimpses that he has the ability to go with his immense physicality.
The other aspect is the physicality he brings and the physicality he generates from the others.
In the '80s, the now-familiar post-and-lintel composition begins to appear, handling of paint becomes freer, edges are more animated, the juxtaposition of color seems bolder, and the canvases attain a greater physicality.
Black-and-white photographs, charts, and diagrams illustrate chapters covering the history of scientific inquiry into Lake Michigan's physicality, water levels and flows, seasonal cycles of heating/cooling and layering/mixing, lake currents, categories and models of waves, models in action, and much more.
In other words, an address that by virtue of its prominent and tasteful physicality sends the message 'we're strong, we're here to stay, we care about our clients and we are committed to helping them become successful.
In the next century, it will be routine to have physicality at a distance, to be able to manipulate objects at a distance and also have the ability to have sensory perception," says McKinley.
Employers considered students to be the most reliable strikebreakers of the era," Norwood insists, drawing an apt parallel between the muscular rituals of college football and the temporary descent into working-class physicality that strikebreaking provided (p.
But "Rudy" worked for us--the great choral group (probably the famous Notre Dame Glee Club), doing those great Fighting Irish fight songs, the sweep of the stadium and campus, the ferocious physicality of the football, and several touching relationships, particularly an understated rapport between Rudy and a hard-bitten groundskeeper.
At the same time, however, the writer's distinctive emphasis upon miniaturized physicality emphasizes the gap between folk beliefs and Shakespeare's self-conscious reworking of traditional fairylore.