Every evening I tickle his neck with
my sharp knife; he is so frightened at it
Daylight fetched up against his steed's neck with
clasped arms, and at the same instant, with fore feet clear of the ground, Bob whirled around.
She urged the horse by suddenly leaning forward with her body, at the same time, for an instant, letting the rein slack and touching the neck with
her bridle hand.
First he drew the larger bag over Numa's head and secured it about his neck with
the draw string, then he managed, after considerable effort, during which he barely escaped being torn to ribbons by the mighty talons, to hog-tie Numa--drawing his four legs together and securing them in that position with the strips trimmed from the pigskins.
The Hazel-nut child fastened the diamond firmly under the stork's neck with
a ribbon, and when he saw that the other storks were getting ready for their northern flight, he untied the silk cord from his stork's wings, and away they went, getting nearer home every minute.
They may touch or cover their neck with
their hand or stroke the side of the neck when they feel stressed, insecure or threatened.
Computed tomography of the neck with
intravenous contrast is useful in that it may demonstrate the mass as well as air within the mass.
Refinements of blow pins and neck-ring cutters are said to produce a fully packed, smooth neck with
improved sealing properties.
You'll want to use it with a bare cocktail dress or gown, worn like a shawl or draped across the front of your neck with
the ends fluttering behind you for a dramatic entrance .
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Carcinoma of the skin of the head and neck with
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On presentation to the ER, he was noted to have a firm and edematous anterior neck with
a protruding tongue.
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Treatment of advanced squamous-cell carcinoma of the head and neck with
alternating chemotherapy and radiotherapy.