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Synonyms for wank

get sexual gratification through self-stimulation

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In the past 12 to 18 months, some traditional supermarkets have begun to "go full force" to address their lack of organic or all-natural product selections, Wank says.
Wank (Eds.), Social connections in China (pp.3-20).
(35.) Wank R, Meulen J, Luande J et al: Cervical intraepithelial neoplasia, cervical carcinoma and risk for patients with HLA-DQB1*0602.
HARRY REDKNAPP believes he might have snapped up the bargain of the season in N wank wo Kanu.
Wank "imbued a technological imperative with beauty and humanity," writes Vanderbilt, "and created structures that, as modern as they must have seemed at the time, still resonate today." The dams, approached on winding roads through the Appalachian foothills, featured panoramic visitor centers and marble-and-aluminum powerhouse lobbies, and were "veritable theme parks of progress and utopian ideals." They attracted national acclaim and eventually became sites of pilgrimage for tourists and foreign dignitaries alike.
(9.) Scopp IW, Froum SJ, Sullivan M, Kazandijan G, Wank D, Fine, A.
"Poor thing," said Clarissa, "he just put a pillow right there and wank wank wank."
And it makes sense that a blues-rocker like Eric Clapton would try to ground a 10-minute guitar wank fest in the blues tradition by tying it to the primal Johnson myth of a devil's bargain and a desolate crossroad.
The above human capital hypothesis can be challenged from the perspective of a power persistence thesis, which asserts that market reforms have not undermined cadre power and the importance of network resources (Bian and Logan, 1996; Bian and Ang, 1997; Wank, 1998; Zhou, 2000).
This toad's voice is a coarse, repetitive "wank, wank, wank." Adults average 2 to 2 1/2 inches long.
Adapting Walder's model, David Wank points out that commercialization undermines the monopoly of officials over the allocation of goods and opportunities and should serve to undermine the basis of dependent clientelism.