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juicy

mod. alcohol intoxicated. Mary is just a little bit juicy, I’m afraid.
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I decided to go for the leg of lamb, juicily well-done and oozing with flavour, while my friend went for the impressively named Aberdeenshire 28-day dry-aged roast beef, which was pink and perfect (pounds 12.50 each).
Notwithstanding his uninformed; bold and perhaps self-deprecating conspiracy, he juicily got away with it, of course with the backing of the SPLM/A leadership.
A BARRAGE of news headlines across the world, a deluge of war-footing opinions - all juicily or passionately or agitatingly talking about one man's infidelity.
The favourite at 6-1 is Davina McCall, with Ant & Dec juicily priced at 8-1, but my vote would go to Apprentice head honcho Alan Sugar because a date is really a job interview that lasts all night.
Jigmet's narrow back was bent under a gigantic basket of fresh apricots that wheezed juicily with every step she took.
The bars are a unique combination of 100% whole fruits, which, unlike any other bar on the market, melt juicily and deliciously in the mouth.
The crude crystals to 30 cm across show a fairly good blue-green color, and the smaller, more elegant crystal clusters are juicily colored indeed.
Nevertheless, the CORBIS photos lend themselves juicily to comparison and contrast (with Andy, Gopaul and Tony and each other) and to deconstruction (as artifacts of contemporary visual and political culture).
Her recent juicily painted birds perched among hollyhocks, cymbidium orchids, and berries provided--despite the scenes' Audubon-like arrangements--vehicles for the painter's unconventional amplifications of scale, heightened colors, and deliberate blurring of focus and distortion of perspective.
But those not in the know may also be amused by the mystery's juicily irreverent language.
At the Neue Galerie, this juicily painted, brooding image of the painter as carnival musician in a striped robe shares the wall with a 1923 self-portrait as man about town, in evening clothes and bowler hat, a cigar delicately held between thick fingers.
Monica took a little revenge each day by spitting juicily into the pot before filling it with boiling water.
The great surprise is that this juicily entertaining film was only released as a TV movie.
And it is in their often interlocking and largely celebrity-heavy recitations of comings-out and seductions, heartbreaks and mournings, that the years spring juicily to life.
Look, the painted vagina announces, text is embedded here, juicily poised between complementary parts.