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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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References in classic literature ?
The meat is none of mine to sell,” said Leather-Stocking, adopting a little of his companion’s hauteur; “for my part, I have known animals travel days with shots in the neck, and I’m none of them who’ll rob a man of his rightful dues.
com/), fits securely around the torso and features a padded, adjustable headrest to ease tension and control movement of the neck and head.
We hypothesized that repetitive hyperextension posture for eye drop instillation causes detrimental strain in the neck muscles, and subsequently chronic neck pain.
The neck length of smokeless rifle cases doesn't change as often as dress length in the fashion world, but it does change, and for valid ballistic reasons.
In their study, Taylor and his colleagues found that the neck bones of sauropods possessed a number of traits that supported such long necks.
Men generally grasp the front of their neck under the chin, thereby stimulating the nerves of the neck, which slows the heart rate down and creates a sense of calm.
It creates swain along the neck and into the nerves that exit the neck and down the shoulder.
Each of us has seven cervical vertebrae within the neck region.
It is characterized by the finding of multiple rests of hyperfunctioning parathyroid tissue in the neck and mediastinum.
Neck orientation offered on most other linear and rotary stretch-blow-units requires the use of special performs that have one or two notches on the neck ring.
Flanges protruding from the upper surface of the neck vertebrae prevented B.
He had difficulty swallowing, and the swelling of the neck and face was increasing.
It is similar to the neck injury suffered by Adam Deadmarsh last April in Game 4 of the Kings' first-round playoff loss to Colorado.
B taught a technique for the neck and head in croise that added greatly to the aesthetic beauty and distinctiveness of the orientation.
The neck should in turn solidify before the riser so that proper directional solidification is achieved.