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Keep in touch!
Don’t touch.

Keep in touch.

I never touch beer.

Keep in touch, please.

Don’t touch the wound.

Don’t touch the goods.

I rarely touch coffee.

Don’t let him touch it.

I am in touch with him.

I got in touch with him.

Do not touch the exhibits.

Don’t touch the wet paint.

He stays in touch with her.

Let’s keep in touch by email.

I don’t want him to touch me.

I’ll add the finishing touch.

I can’t get touch in with him.

Does anything touch your gums?

I felt something touch my foot.

I cannot get in touch with him.

I have a touch of a cold today.

I want to get in touch with her.

I want to get in touch with him.

She felt someone touch her back.

Could you get in touch with him?

Now I’ll add the finishing touch.

He is in bed with a touch of cold.

I felt a touch of pain in my head.

I can’t get in touch with him yet.

She didn’t let him touch her baby.

She felt something touch her neck.

I think I’ve got a touch of fever.

How about adding a touch of pepper?

She tried to touch the golden crane.

I felt a light touch on my shoulder.

You must not keep in touch with him.

I am afraid I have a touch of a cold.

She had a touch of a cold last night.

We must keep in touch with the times.

You can get in touch with me tomorrow.

Spending will grow only a touch faster.

We cannot touch on his private affairs.

He put me in touch with the kidnappers.

He put a touch of salt on a boiled egg.

I hope we will be able to keep in touch.

He is in touch with all kinds of people.

I keep in touch with my parents by mail.

I tried to get in touch with the police.

Little children like to touch everything.

There was a touch of irony in his speech.

The doctor tells me not to touch alcohol.

He likes sports that have a touch of risk.

Don’t touch it.

Leave it as it is.

Try to keep in touch with me, just in case.

I’m trying to get in touch with her sister.

Would you promise to keep in touch with me?

He has yet to get in touch with his mother.

I will get in touch with you next week.

She screams if you even touch her funny bone.

He exclaimed that I should not touch the gun.

The box is empty.

But give it a touch.

I’ll get in touch with you as soon as possible.

I’ll get in touch with you as soon as I arrive.

I wouldn’t touch that stock with a tenfoot pole.

There’s no way to get in touch with him.

I haven’t got in touch with him for a long time.

Don’t touch the walls, the paint is still sticky.

The leaders were out of touch with the people.

The tax reform will not touch the banking industry.

Please get in touch with me when you come to Tokyo.

I had a lot of difficulty getting in touch with her.

We had to get in touch with her before she went out.

He is such a tall man that he can touch the ceiling.

I’ll get in touch with Jim and ask him to come over.

I gave you explicit instructions not to touch anything.

I keep in touch with my parents in my hometown by phone.

Don’t you kids dare touch that apple pie until after supper.

According to royal protocol, you must never touch the Queen.

The children love to touch their pet bunny’s soft, black fur.

Old school friends often try to keep in touch with one another.

It is insulting to touch people on the head in Thailand.

He warned him not to touch his girlfriend again or he would punch him.

Father kept in touch with us by mail and telephone while he was overseas.

He is a busy man, so you can only get in touch with him by telephone.

The spikes on the cactus are super sharp and really hurt if you touch them.

The longer sugar stays in touch with your teeth, the more damage it will do.

Krista always carries a mirror with her to touch up her make-up when necessary.

I’ll get in touch with Tom by telephone tomorrow and ask him to give us a hand.

Homeroom teachers should make every effort to keep in touch with their students.

Krista always carries a compact with her to touch up her make-up when necessary.

The patient’s outer ear canal was swollen shut, and was very painful to the touch.

I’m short, so I can’t see on top of the shelves and so I pretty much dust by touch.

He has not gotten in touch with me for a long time under the pretence of being busy.

I have been trying all morning to get in touch with Mr Jones, but his line is always busy.

Make sure your kite doesn’t touch the electrical cables or you could get a terrible shock.

Find someone who can bend over and touch her/his toes, with his/her back straight.

Many people seem to think that those who are blind have a more acute sense of smell or touch.

Be careful you don’t touch the exhaust pipe when you get on the motorcycle, it is really hot.

After waking up one morning in the alley behind a bar, he vowed never to touch alcohol again.

Let’s just play touch football because I don’t want someone to tackle me, and get me all dirty.

Pamela must have been at home when I tried to get in touch with her, but she didn’t answer the telephone.

I always have to trim the fat off the meat before serving it, otherwise, the children simply won’t touch it.

William Gladstone once remarked that the heated mind resents the chill touch and relentless scrutiny of logic.

Christopher Fry wrote, “Between our birth and death we may touch understanding, as a moth brushes a window with its wing.

Sathya Sai Baba once noted that whenever and wherever you put yourself in touch with God, that is the state of meditation.

Whenever the weapons of Mara touched Siddhartha Gautama, they turned into a rain of flowers, fragrant and soft to the touch.

Joan Curcio once observed that advances are made by those with at least a touch of irrational confidence in what they can do.

Our sense of touch allows us to acquire information about the weight, shape, firmness and texture of objects in our environment.

The design was also given the finishing touch to have launch impact and dynamism provided by the novelty of the arch shaped logo design.

Children in this school are openly defying their teachers, and there is nothing we can do about it because we’re not allow to touch them.

The Prime Minister poured scorn on the Opposition leader’s remarks, suggesting he was ill-informed and out of touch with public sentiment.

Alison Deming wrote, “I sleep with two cats and the touch of their fur brushing against my naked skin is among the most beautiful sensations I can think of.

It’s still shallow, eh.

My feet still touch the bottom.

It’s quite a shallow beach.

Yotsuba, you can still touch the bottom can’t you?

Buddhist monks are said to be the most respected people in the tiny nation of Bhutan because they do not touch money, and dedicate their lives to helping all of mankind.

Oliver Wendell Holmes once said, “Truth is tough.

It will not break, like a bubble, at the touch, nay, you may kick it about all day like a football, and it will be round and full at evening.

It can provide an unmatched opportunity to touch base with yourself.

That is, until she got in touch with a denturist in nearby Deer Lake.

“I use it mainly to keep in touch with my family and work colleagues.

The new plane was scheduled to touch down in Taiwan yesterday evening.

After she left, she took some time off to get in touch with her craft.

CBC has been in touch with a third woman, Roxanne Ledoux, who is Cree.

The touch of a newborn foundling reveals corruption in city officials.

But wildlife tourism should always be a case of look, but don’t touch.