Hearts of gold dating club

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It is probably also the origin of the saying that something gives us that "warm and fuzzy feeling".

The cockles of the heart are its ventricles, named by some in Latin as "cochleae cordis", from "cochlea" (snail), alluding to their shape.

Probably not because, without its stabilising gravity, the Earth would wobble too much.

This highly unstable oscillation and varying acceleration would also produce chaotic climates and weather.

Later, a scoreboard operator with a sense of humour put on the scoreboard an actual drawing of a duck instead of the figure "0".

A zero is the only score a cricketer can make which has become symbolised.There is an old Dutch saying "eigen haard is goud waard", meaning your own home is worth gold. Ben Hewitt, Lismore The origin of this phrase could be "cochleae cordis", a Latin medical term referring to the ventricles of the heart, or cockles, a type of mollusc, which can be heart-shaped (zoological genus was once Cardium).I seem to remember being told that 'cockles' referred to the 'ear-like' appendages on the human heart called auricles (Latin for 'ears').The heart has always been associated with emotions, especially love, excitement and fear, probably because when we feel a strong emotion we feel our heart thumping and beating faster.So when something "warms the cockles of our heart", it is a reference to something pleasant that makes our heart beat faster and makes us feel good.It has nothing to do with droplet size, formation mechanism or anything else.

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