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having been got the better of

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You licked Cheese-Face, and you'll lick the editors if it takes twice eleven years to do it in.
I did not know who it was, but when he lapped across the line and moaned and whimpered as he licked up my precious drops of dew, I struck out.
In the wake of the discovery, the Lufkin Walmart has removed all tubs of Blue Bell ice cream, which was the brand the woman licked, as a precaution.
Across all trials and stimuli, rats consistently approached and licked the spout within the first 10 s of the trial, demonstrating equivalent motivation to sample the stimuli with no influence of external guiding cues.
GIRAFFES at Dudley Zoo have healthy eating licked - thanks to new apple-flavoured mineral blocks which keepers have added to their enclosure.
Lemmings, soft like the juicy bits licked from a spoon, make a hearty gruel to lift the spirits.
"If my husband licked my face,'' she said, "I'd be getting a rabies shot.''
"If the animal licks without too much vigor, the licked area will be hairless but not inflamed or infected," says dermatologist William H.
"If the animal licks without too much vigor, the licked area will be hairless but not inflamed or infected," he says, "but with more passion, the skin can be abraded and might become infected."
For a time we licked toes & liked it & neither of us asked
Cykier warns that when you get licked on the eye, you're transferring dangerous bacteria to the eye, so it's a very dangerous trend.
The five-year-old licked the right side of Harry's cheek which made him laugh and he joked: "We've only just met."
The 22-year-old actress then licked the powder off.
The vet, after studying blistering around Keogh's mouth, thinks she licked a toad.