goose bump

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Noun1.goose bump - reflex erection of hairs of the skin in response to cold or emotional stress or skin irritation
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We found that the height of the goose bump and the piloerection duration can be deduced by analyzing obtained capacitance change trace," explained Young-Ho Cho.
The stories that resulted from these goose bump moments can really give you, well, goose bumps.
And the Ukraine - whose fashion doesn't usually get this much exposure - isn't really known for its scorching weather either, leaving the svelte model with a goose bump or two.
Whenever a good tune is created, the creative satisfaction (that one derives from it) or the yardstick for judging how good it is is whether it gives you goose bumps.
goose bumps Goose bumps are a remnant of our evolutionary ancestors.
Exoo said it was ''a last greeting to each other that gave everybody watching goose bumps.
She added: "I always said to myself I'm going to quit my job if I don't have goose bumps anymore.
CELTIC defender Virgil van Dijk has revealed the Parkhead atmosphere against Barcelona gave him goose bumps.
It gave me goose bumps before the start of the match and it was a fantastic feeling.
As the Blue Boys enter the arena With "Z Cars" ringing loudly in our ears We all still get those goose bumps As we have done for many years So our Everton heroes of today Just give us 100% and you will see You too will become Legends Of The Great Everton F.
To have our position bolstered by case law almost gives you goose bumps.