Sensations

Some articles on sensations, sensation:

Barbie And The Sensations: Rockin' Back To Earth
... Barbie and The Sensations Rockin' Back to Earth is the title of the second adventure of Barbie and her rock band "The Rockers" (or "The Sensations") ...
Chemesthesis
... Chemesthetic sensations arise when chemical compounds activate receptors associated with other senses that mediate pain, touch, and thermal perception ... Examples of chemesthetic sensations include the burn-like irritation from chili pepper, the coolness of menthol in mouthwashes and topical analgesic creams, the stinging or tingling of carbonation in the ... Some of these sensations may be referred to as spiciness, pungency, or piquancy ...
Body Load
... Body load is the specific tactile sensations brought on by psychoactive drugs, especially psychedelics ... body load is an unpleasant physical sensation that is difficult to describe either in terms of other sensations or in its specific location ... Different drugs may cause different body load sensations which vary in intensity and duration ...
New Sensations (film Studio)
... New Sensations is an American pornographic film studio ... New Sensations was founded in 1993 by Scott Taylor ...
Sensations Of 1945
... Sensations of 1945 is a 1944 American musical-comedy film which was released by United Artists ... Sensations of 1945 stars dancer Eleanor Powell and Dennis O'Keefe as two rival publicists who fall in love, but the film's main purpose is to showcase a variety of different acts, ranging from tightrope ...

Famous quotes containing the word sensations:

    It smells like gangrene starting in a mildewed silo; it tastes like the wrath to come, and when you absorb a deep swig of it you have all the sensations of having swallowed a lighted kerosene lamp.
    —For the State of Kentucky, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)

    Life is a series of sensations connected to different states of consciousness.
    Rémy De Gourmont (1858–1915)

    Did men but consider that the sun, moon, and stars, and every other object of the senses, are only so many sensations in their minds, which have no other existence but barely being perceived, doubtless they would never fall down and worship their own ideas; but rather address their homage to that eternal invisible Mind which produces and sustains all things.
    George Berkeley (1685–1753)