Kissing

Some articles on kissing:

Baby Kissing
... Baby kissing is a practice where politicians kiss babies in order to garner public support ... badges, parades, barbecues, free drinks and baby kissing in an effort to 'get out the vote'" ... and county office candidates may frequently practice baby kissing on the campaign trail, but on the state and federal levels this is rare or even discouraged, as expressed by the administrations of U.S ...
The Kissing Party - External Links
... The Kissing Party at MySpace The Denver Post - Kissing Party tries to woo a following The Denver Post ranks Kissing Party No. 3 Westword on The Kissing Party ...
The Kissing Bandit - Nicknames
... Morganna, a buxom entertainer nicknamed "The Kissing Bandit" for running onto baseball fields and kissing select baseball players throughout the 1970s and 1980s Richard Dawson, actor and ...
Avatar: The Last Airbender Trading Card Game - Characters Additions - Jojo The Kissing Bandit
... Jojo, the Kissing Bandit is the Earth Kingdom's own famous female Robin Hood ... Jojo the Kissing Bandit is also seen attacking the Cabbage Merchant and evading a water whip attack from Katara, whom she seems to have been stealing ...
Kissing, Bavaria
... Kissing is a municipality in the Aichach-Friedberg district, in Bavaria, Germany ... Kissing was first mentioned in a document in 1050 AD as Chissingin, it was a minor regional centre of rule and jurisdiction called a Hofmark (German ...

Famous quotes containing the word kissing:

    I told you, sir, they were red-hot with drinking;
    So full of valour that they smote the air,
    For breathing in their faces, beat the ground
    For kissing of their feet.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    Then, with eyes that saw not, I kissed her;
    And she, kissing back, could not know
    That my kiss was given to her sister,
    Folded close under deepening snow.
    James Russell Lowell (1819–1891)

    One of the most difficult aspects of being a parent during the middle years is feeling powerless to protect our children from hurt. However “growthful” it may be for them to experience failure, disappointment and rejection, it is nearly impossible to maintain an intellectual perspective when our sobbing child or rageful child comes in to us for help. . . . We can’t turn the hurt around by kissing the sore spot to make it better. We are no longer the all-powerful parent.
    Ruth Davidson Bell (20th century)