Sensitive may refer to:
- Mister Sensitive, a fictional character
- Psychic, a person who professes an ability to perceive information through extrasensory perception
- "Sensitive" (song), a 1989 indie pop song by The Field Mice
Other articles related to "sensitive":
... Sensitive Skin is a British black comedy/drama, produced by Baby Cow Productions for BBC Two ... Sensitive Skin - The Complete Seasons 1 and 2 — a 2-disc set including all 12 original episodes from the First and Second Seasons – would be released on 5 August 2008 ...
... Up" (DJ Lelwel mix) — 505 "Strike It Up" (sensitive mix) — 335 12" maxi "Strike It Up" (original mix) — 558 "Strike It Up" (DJ Lelewel mix ...
... Transport for London cited software failures and over-sensitive door sensors as the main causes of both problems ... A new sensitive door edge, branded Intelligent Sensitive Edge, is being developed by the Victoria line engineers to overcome this problem, and TfL hopes to install it across the ...
... Context-sensitive solutions (CSS) is a theoretical and practical approach to transportation decision-making and design that takes into consideration the communities and lands through which streets, roads, and ... The term is closely related to but distinguishable from context-sensitive design in that it asserts that all decisions in transportation planning, project development, operations, and ... In transit projects, CSS generally refers to context sensitive planning, design, and development around transit stations, also known as transit-oriented development (TOD) ...
... Sensitive Prince (foaled April 1, 1975 in Kentucky) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse ... Out of the mare Sensitive Lady, he was sired by U.S ... Sensitive Price had the misfortune of being born in the same year as two future Hall of Fame horses, that year's U.S ...
Famous quotes containing the word sensitive:
“Sport inevitably creates deadness of feeling. No one could take pleasure in it who was sensitive to suffering; and therefore its pursuit by women is much more to be regretted than its pursuit by men, because women pursue much more violently and recklessly what they pursue at all.”
—Ouida [Marie Louise De La Ramée] (18391908)
“We have lit upon the gentle, sensitive mind
And lost the old nonchalance of the hand;
We are but critics, or but half create,
Timid, entangled, empty and abashed,
Lacking the countenance of our friends.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“Compared to other parents, remarried parents seem more desirous of their childs approval, more alert to the childs emotional state, and more sensitive in their parent-child relations. Perhaps this is the result of heightened empathy for the childs suffering, perhaps it is a guilt reaction; in either case, it gives the child a potent weaponthe power to disrupt the new household and come between parent and the new spouse.”
—Letty Cottin Pogrebin (20th century)