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Related to SUCK: sock, sack
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SUCKStand Up Comedy Klubben
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The new parcel is located upstream of Dane Countys proposed Suck the Muck project for Token Creek.
The researchers found that children whose mothers sucked on the pacifier had lower IgE levels.
"Without paying any heed to laws, these cement factories sucked the underground water," the top judge remarked while expressing concern that religious festivities of Hindu community are nearing and the pond has dried up.
As part of their promotions for their upcoming film 'Exes Baggage,' Panganiban and Aquino took up the 'suck and blow' challenge.
But before this the group were forced to suck liquid out of a girl's belly button, so Georgia Steele quickly filled up her belly button with water for one of the lads to take.
After the story of the peculiar incident was posted to Facebook - how a well-dressed man engaged Portala's daughter, touched her feet and sucked her toes - more women eventually came forward with similar stories.
Dusky Cotton Bug and Pupae, both cause damage to crop while Mealy Bug suck juice from branches and leaf.
| Be bug-kind: Only try to suck up bugs that are small enough to go safely through your straw.
Adult and Pupae of Aphid and white fly suck juice from lower part of leaf and excretes sticky liquid that causes fungus and compromises leaves capacity to prepare food.
Several studies have demonstrated the ability to modify and entrain the infant sCPG using salient patterned stimulation to the perioral and intraoral tissues, which can facilitate development and strengthen the central pathways that regulate suck [21-24, 46]; however, few studies have investigated the effects of varying physical properties of the pacifier on NNS.
Regulator the Portman Group found Suck & Blow promoted binge drinking and appealed to children through its design and labelling.
Infants are born with a natural biological drive to suck. Sucking is a reflexive behavior that is instinctive.