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nape

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pet

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to engage in kissing, caressing, and other amorous behavior

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Laura who is back in full |training after recovering from a suspected broken neck
His feat in the FA Cup final victory against Blues saw him play the final 17 minutes with a broken neck after a challenge with Peter Murphy.
Paul Andrew Davies has organised competitions, coached and promoted the sport since he suffered a broken neck playing rugby as a young soldier.
Summary: Scotland wing Thom Evans has been forced to retire from rugby following the broken neck he suffered during the 2010 RBS Six Nations.
The pensioner, who had terminal prostate cancer, suffered 62 fractures to his ribs, a broken neck and back, extensive bruising and stab and scratch marks to his face caused by a knife used to torture him.
He had been brought to court from Ysbyty Gwynedd, Bangor with a broken neck bone, broken pelvis, broken right ankle, and broken tibia and fibia in his left leg.
5 Goalkeeper Bert Trautmann played the final minutes of the 1956 FA Cup final with a broken neck.
The first service from Germany saw Bert Trautmann, a former prisoner of war, cutting the ribbon just days before his heroic performance for City in the FA Cup Final where he played in the latter part of the match with a broken neck.
His broken neck and fractured vertebrae were left untreated, and he became quadriplegic.
PALMDALE - A man racing another driver Monday suffered a broken neck after he lost control of his compact car and crashed into a pole on 10th Street West, sheriff's deputies said.
Alfie Potter on how David Nicholson brought Moorcroft Boy back from a broken neck
STOURBRIDGE winger James Lloyd-Jones has been ruled out for the rest of the season with a broken neck which was only diagnosed six months after he suffered the injury.
Fun Facts: Came back from a broken neck, biggest professional skater of all time, from a large family of skaters, inventor of the alley-oop 50-50 to lipslide to Smith, aka the disco lip
Kendell Geers, for instance, has juxtaposed Self-Portrait, 1995--the broken neck of a Heineken bottle (a Dutch export)--with an enormous barrier of barbed wire, behind which a black wall bears the inscription of a war story (T.
During a recent Monday Night Football game, members of opposing teams knelt together in prayer around a player lying prone on the turf with a possible broken neck.