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suck

1. and suction n. liquor; wine; beer; strong drink. How about a little glass of suck before we leave?
2. and suck something up tv. to drink beer or liquor. Yeah, I’ll suck one up with ya.
3. in. [for someone or something] to be bad or undesirable. This movie sucks!
4. and suction n. influence. He thinks he has suck, but he’s just a pain in the neck.

suction

verb
See suck
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Previous reports have described neonatal HSV-1 infection following Jewish ritual circumcision that included direct orogenital suction (3,4), including two additional cases in New York City occurring 10 years apart (5) that are not included in this report.
To further enhance manufacturing flexibility, the suction cups are available in single-hardness or dual-hardness versions.
Twenty-six patients had suction drainage while 24 patients had closed simple drainage.
Both reciprocating compressors and centrifugal compressors can be controlled by suction throttling or recirculating of gas.
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Suction Rolls and Press Rolls for high speed paper machines, for Newsprint, Fine Paper, Linerboard, Suction Breast Rolls and Suction Pressure Rolls for Tissue Machines
A metal suction tip of appropriate size is placed through the appropriate hole, and the tip is gently bent to the desired angle.
The reason a suction hose gives out is usually that a section of it collapses.
3]/h in the case of the single-phase electrically driven model) and operating with suction lifts up to 9m.
If two or more pumps are plumbed in parallel with common suction and discharge plumbing, water a can be driven backward through one or more of the pumps, causing the water to permanently recirculate between the pumps.
The bubble tower was calibrated to produce the correct suction in relation to the relative positions of the water-supply tube of the water reservoir and the soil surface of the lysimeter.
Nurses routinely instill 3-10 cc of normal saline solution (NSS) into the airway prior to suctioning to loosen the secretions, lubricate the suction catheter, and increase secretion clearance (Ackerman, 1993).
Besides having little hooks, the sucker disks also use suction power to help them grab and hold onto food.
Tanya Nickens' friends jumped into the hot tub and tried to pull her free, but the 16-year-old was hopelessly trapped by 12 tons of suction in a drain left unprotected by a broken grate.