physicalness


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So he knows what to expect tomorrow: passion mixed with verve, physicalness laced with good passing movement - a difficult combination to play against, especially at a venue that has proved something of a fortress for Brian Kerr's side.
He writes music that has a quality of sheer physicalness, music "without a mind," as it were.
I liked the physicalness of stocking shelves, helping people, the one-on one interaction.
Here I have in mind the salubrious sort of distance that made me appreciate not Somalia itself, but versions thereof, a memory more real than the concrete physicalness of a building, a remembrance more spacious than the open fields I had grown up in.
Thus we conceive emotions as the most elusive and nebulous of all mental states--purely immaterial feelings somehow separate from the physicalness of the brain.

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