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Mark said: "When he got sucked through, the force of him hitting her unsnagged her.
Many of the infants continued to suck for several minutes past the data collection period and several infants were observed to have sucked themselves to sleep.
Local ambulance spokesman Mr Paul Bird said the rest of the family, including the baby's mother and father, and their two other children were sucked out of the house when one wall blew away.
And then it sucked, because I was broke all the time.
But the DWP can't be sucked dry forever, so rather than end these shameful practices, the mayor and council agreed to stick ratepayers with an 11 percent rate increase.
In contrast, most showed an aversion to the taste of salt; they sucked less when given salt-flavored fluids rather than sweet liquids or plain water.
Research showed that more girls, and children in higher socio-economic groups, sucked their thumbs and fingers, while few children in Asia and Africa did.
The only way to figure his popularity is there's an undiscovered element of physics where people's opinions are being sucked into his gravitational field.
BUTT-HEAD: Uhhh, well, if nothing sucked, and everything was cool all the time, then, like, how would you know it was cool?
The infants whose mothers had the spiked orange juice sucked more often during the first minute of feeding.
MY VIEW My kids sucked their thumbs or fingers and didn't suffer long-term teeth problems.
This isn't going to be an article that starts off with "I woke up at 6:00am and drove to the airport, my flight sucked Blah, blah, blah.
Does Alesia Ping-DiFiore really think that those kids will be traumatized for the rest of their lives because somebody sucked their toes?
In flight, air is sucked out of the boundary layer through those holes to make the boundary layer thinner, stabilizing laminar flow.