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English poet and courtier (1609-1642)

an infant considered in relation to its nurse

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a young mammal that has not been weaned

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feeding an infant by giving suck at the breast

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Even the sight of her in the pasture contentedly suckling the remaining nine did not reassure him.
LAHORE, August 20, 2009 (Blochistan Times ): Nearly 89 sucklings and minors languishing with their 76 mothers in 17 jails across the province will be given special diet and fruit especially packed milk during the holy month of Ramazan Ul Mubarak.
Christchurch retailer Sucklings Shoes has been in business since 1934 with a single shop and an enviable base of loyal customers.
Around 500 drivers employed by Huddersfield-basedHoyer and Sucklings are due to walk out tomorrow morning unless the dispute is resolved.
About 500 drivers employed by Hoyer and Sucklings are due to walk tomorrow morning unless the dispute is resolved.
Around 500 drivers employed by Hoyer and Sucklings are due to walk out tomorrow morning unless the dispute is resolved.
Although colonial-era sucklings were usually sent to live in their nurses' homes, live-in wet nursing predominated in the nineteenth century.
Somewhere away from us, black bears tear As the poems ends, in a passage too long to quote fully, the journey seems to come to a closure as it turns to a different setting while still in present time: Tiny dots of people cross over to the syrup store, fathers with their sucklings who kick in the gravel, blink at the sun.
LAHORE, August 19, 2009 (Blochistan Times ): Nearly 89 sucklings and minors languishing with their 76 mothers in 17 jails across the province will be given special diet and fruit especially packed milk during the holy month of Ramazan Ul Mubarak.