please understand me," said Stepan Arkadyevitch, touching his hand again, as though feeling sure this physical contact
would soften his brother-in-law.
Formerly these disputes were settled by physical contact
of the disputants, with such simple arguments as the rudimentary logic of the times could supply -- the sword, the spear, and so forth.
Milvain felt that it would be easier to tell her niece what she wished to say if they were actually in physical contact
, for the spiritual distance between them was formidable.
Razumov had felt that woman's observation of him like a physical contact
, like a hand resting lightly on his shoulder.
The result: The animals responded the same way to artificial stimulation as they did to physical contact
Du Plessis was fined half his match fee on the physical contact
charge, the report said.
When they started the experiment, they were greeted in different ways: by a female or male experimenter and with a light, comforting touch on the shoulder, a handshake, or no physical contact
Meanwhile, umpires Rudi Koertzen and Tony Hill felt that Styris had contributed to the verbal exchange that preceded the physical contact
After that incident, Pitt has got a no physical contact
clause, which means any journalist who wants to sit down with one of Hollywood's hunkiest dads will have to first agree to keep their paws off the pretty boy.
Kathleen Clegg, deputy principal of Donaldson's School for the Deaf in Edinburgh, said there had to be physical contact
when a person wanted to attract the attention of someone who was, perhaps, not looking at them.
In a survey done by UK-based job portal TotalJobs, two out of five people supported a complete ban on any physical contact
in the workplace, as many respondents had been at the receiving end of awkward interactions.
According to a recent survey of 2,000 adults on Totaljobs, three out of four were keen for a complete physical contact
ban when at work.