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to punish with blows or lashes

to win a victory over, as in battle or a competition

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a salt deposit that animals regularly lick

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touching with the tongue

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beat thoroughly and conclusively in a competition or fight

pass the tongue over

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find the solution to (a problem or question) or understand the meaning of

take up with the tongue

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During the California gold rush, entrepreneur James Lick bought land being sold cheaply by men headed for the state's gold fields.
After I have my licks in place, I will monitor and refresh them every four or five weeks throughout the summer.
Video cameras (Hunter's Harvest) recorded the activity at the lick continuously while still cameras (Snapshot Sniper) were set to take pictures at 10 sec intervals.
You will need at least 10 pounds of salt to make even a small salt lick - 25 pounds or more is better.
If possible, establish your lick sites in remote areas where deer are comfortable visiting any time of day.
Once I start getting a good buck's photograph, I will carefully observe and measure the large track in the lick.
When completed, French Lick is expected to become a Midwestern resort town featuring world-class hotels, gaming, spas and championship golf courses, built by a partnership between Lauth Property Group in Indianapolis and Cook Group in Bloomington.
Simply moving away from chloride-based deicing compounds (like salt and sand) may help diminish animal-vehicle collisions in accumulation areas, whereas "fixing" the muck lick problem may be more complicated.
At the Eildon Hills, Melrose golf course, a notice instructs players not to lick golf balls.
We do know that animals lick their own wounds," she added.
as often as hourly, is necessary so the child won't feel the need to lick her lips.
For at the site of the old store lies the winding road's intersection with Highway 552, the road to Red Lick and, some say, a road that takes travelers back in time,
We reviewed the literature on the biophysical attributes of mineral lick sites and their use by moose to illustrate the importance of licks and outline criteria that may serve to help in the development of guidelines to protect these land features.
That puts the Edge in direct competition with Archway Broadcasting's newly acquired Lick 106.
The juxtapositions of Antoni's Lick & Lather busts, 1993, her Eureka lard- and soap-loaf installations, 1993, Tender Buttons gold nipple castings, 1994, and the wall-inset breast impressions and latex nipples of Wean, 1990, underscore Antoni's preoccupation with nature/nurture symbiosis.