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neck

in. to cuddle and kiss. (Always in reference to lovers or boy-girl relationships.) There are some teenagers in the back room, necking.
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From its beady eyes to its scaly tail, the star-nosed mole sports the same neckless, streamlined body that makes all moles champion miners.
Eworth's Portrait of Lady Mary Grey shows her with a high ruff, apparently neckless and, ironically, she was once held prisoner at Chequers.
Differences between standing-stock data presented in this study and similar variables published by other workers are likely the result of differences in sea-surface temperatures during the periods sampled (Short and Neckless 1999).
But there is still room for nostalgia as the Doc and Donna meet up in one episode with the Sontarans, the war-like, baldheaded, neckless humanoid clones who first gave Jon Pertwee trouble in 1973.
Christal's swanlike elegance contrasts with Olive's neckless deformity as much as her self-interested and uncontrolled passions differ from Olive's self-sacrificial devotion to the welfare of those she loves.
The piggy, black eyes set into the fat, neckless head, the thick brutish nose, and the sensuous lips raised above a cavernous mouth reveal the cynical identity of this bourgeois as none other than the traditional Jewish banker whose heartless greed is ironically signaled by the heart-shaped pendant dangling from his enormous belly.
Shrewd Smoggies will override the natural anti-Barcode responses pre-programmed in the Teesside DNA and be screaming for a dodgy Alan Shearer penalty and urging the neckless one to score.