Intimate

Intimate may refer to:

  • Intimate examination, a physical examination for medical purposes that includes examination of the breasts, genitalia, or rectum of a patient
  • Intimate ion pair, the interactions between a cation, anion and surrounding solvent molecules
  • Intimate media, media artifacts created and collected to capture and commemorate aspects of family and intimate relationships
  • Intimate part, a place on the human body which it is usually customary to keep covered with clothing in public areas
  • Intimate relationship, a particularly close interpersonal relationship
  • Intimate (album), the debut album by Australian actress and singer Toni Pearen

Other articles related to "intimate":

Sexual Violence By Intimate Partners - Incidence By Country
... Findings from these studies show that sexual assault by an intimate partner is neither rare nor unique to any particular region of the world ... The prevalence of women sexually assaulted by an intimate partner in their lifetime (including attempted assaults) has also been estimated in a few national surveys (for example, Canada 8.0 ... some of the available data on the prevalence of sexual coercion by intimate partners ...
Intimate And Live (DVD)
... Intimate and Live is a DVD release of Kylie Minogue's Intimate and Live Tour ... It was filmed in Capitol Theatre, Sydney ...
Live: Intimate & Interactive
... Live Intimate Interactive (2007) is a single digital versatile disc (DVD) by the Canadian rock band The Tea Party ... the MuchMusic CHUM-City Building in Toronto, during their Intimate and Interactive performance in May 1998, coupled with a performance from 20 November ...
Micromagic
... or close-up magic or table magic is magic performed in an intimate setting usually no more than ten feet (three metres) from one's audience and is usually performed while ... Micromentalism is mentalism performed in an intimate session ... Most cold reading takes place in such an intimate session as are most Theatrical Séances ...

Famous quotes containing the word intimate:

    Crime seems to change character when it crosses a bridge or a tunnel. In the city, crime is taken as emblematic of class and race. In the suburbs, though, it’s intimate and psychological—resistant to generalization, a mystery of the individual soul.
    Barbara Ehrenreich (b. 1941)

    We know that every person who is loved feels transformed, unfolded, and he unfolds everything, the most intimate as well as the most familiar, to the one who loves him as well as to himself.... The person one loves is as ungraspable as the universe, as God’s infinite space, he is boundless, full of possibilities, full of secrets.
    Max Frisch (1911–1991)

    The intimate revelations of young men, or at least the terms in which they express them, are usually plagiaristic and marred by obvious suppressions.
    F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896–1940)