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A KISS

A KISS ON THE CHEEK OR FOREHEAD IS A TOKEN OF BEING
PLEASED OR SHOWING APPRECIATION.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DETROIT

Subject headings: SPEECH -- S601
SPEECH -- Body parts involved S602.1
SPEECH -- Body parts involved S602.11
SPEECH -- Congratulations Appreciation

Date learned: 01-23-1971

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REGARDS TO HAND SHAKING -- WOMEN

TO SHAKE A WOMAN'S HAND, ONE GRASPS HER FOREARM
GENTLY AND PROCEEDS TO SHAKE HER HAND IN THIS MANNER.

Where learned: SOUTH AMERICA ; BOGOTA ; COLOMBIA

Subject headings: 602 Body Parts
SPEECH -- Body parts involved
SPEECH -- Body parts involved S602.11
SPEECH -- Greetings Salutations

Date learned: 06-12-1964

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