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juicy

mod. alcohol intoxicated. Mary is just a little bit juicy, I’m afraid.
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Here, for example, you find tempranillo's classic black cherry fruit (but perhaps juicier than usual) with touches of vanilla and cinnamon, but then comes the left field bit.
THE type of lip product you use can be a cheat in itself, in the quest for whiter-looking teeth and juicier lips.
There are juicier prices for punters in David Ferrer's match against Lu Yen-Hsun, but Betway's 4-6 that Ferrer wins in straight sets looks slightly risky as the high-octane Spaniard has had a busy couple of weeks for a 33-year-old.
But then again, what happens in the magazine business is much juicier, and dirtier (not at SUCCESS, thank God).
Their anecdotes are arranged in loose thematic chapters that continually skip through time, but it's easy to think juicier stories are left untold.
Quite simply, GrillGrate cooks food better: meats are juicier, more evenly cooked, and perfectly seared.
Microsoft has also added in a few goodies to make the package even juicier.
That is until Bernice tips her off about a fellow villager whose story might make an even juicier read.
We wanted something juicier, but May said that the love rumors are "ridiculous" and that she "won't waste her time on them."
BRONZED skin is the perfect canvas to experiment with juicier colours.
To make it softer and juicier, try keeping it at room temperature for one or two days before cutting.
Other young stars Georgia May Foote, 23, who plays Katy Armstrong, and Paula Lane, 27, who plays Kylie Platt, are also believed to have signed PS100,000 deals with the promise of juicier stories to keep them on the cobbles.
Though this sequel is just as glossy and shallow as its predecessor, the story gets juicier as the four femme friends transform from kittens to lynxes in the wake of boy troubles and corporate takeovers.
Simon Cowell's affair and impending baby saga is getting juicier by the day.
Bigger brothers and sisters capture bigger, juicier prey, which they share with their younger siblings.