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Rub it in with your fingertips, then use a teasing comb to gently tease the roots all around the crown area.
After reading each of four separate ambiguous teases posted on a simulation of "their" Facebook wall, the participants completed a questionnaire assessing their emotional response to the tease and their behavioral responses to the teaser.
Mothers' perceptions of their children's teasing, their own self-history with teasing, and responses to observed teasing scenarios may directly affect the nature, form, and function of sibling teasing, at times acting as an unintended license to tease.
As long as there are actors and cheap real estate, there will be "Streep Tease.
Commenting that when such couples are invited to dinner they will often continue to tease and joke, she said: "It gives them a shared experience of positive emotion.
synonyms: annoy, pester, and tease mean to disturb and upset a person.
Teasing can have varying levels of impact depending on whether the focus of the tease is on innate (unchangeable) or mutable (controllable) characteristics (Brown, Cash & Noles, 1986; Patzer, 1985).
One day, a group of girls started to tease Jameka on the school grounds.
Every day he comes to school, other students tease him.
When Romero moved from her rural home in Lonquimay to Temuco, the change was drastic: 'People would tease me for being Mapuche, for being from a small town, for speaking differently'.
The aura that surrounds her, of orange, brown and gold Her brilliant blues of skies and seas, tease and play Her early morning mantle mist, are something to behold Her evening coloured sunsets, just take your breath away.