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penetrative

[′pen·ə‚trā·div]
(geology)
Referring to a texture of deformation that is uniformly distributed in a rock, without notable discontinuities; for example, slaty cleavage.
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Patient says he has never made penetrative sex to her but liked to smell, touch and feel her hair.
The aim of this study was to compare meat quality attributes in cattle subjected to different mechanical stunning methods--high power non-penetrating mechanical stun (HPNP), low power non-penetrating stun (LPNP), penetrative mechanical stunning (P) and slaughter followed by penetrative mechanical stun (US) in cattle.
Penetrative sexual assault ( Section 3) -- not less than seven years which may extend to imprisonment for life and fine ( Section 4)
In women symptoms of menopause (see page 3 for more on this topic) can make penetrative sex less comfortable, while older men are at risk of erectile dysfunction.
The nature of right that is being limited is the right of children to bodily and psychological privacy by requiring doctors to report their penetrative sexual conduct to the police.
4 overs because Middlesex's quality seam and swing attack, led by Steven Finn, Corey Collymore and Tim Murtagh, has been so penetrative in their bid to reclaim a place in the top flight.
However, for long periods Chester were the more penetrative of the
In 54 chapters, they provide photos and instructions on minimally penetrative surgery with microtubes, glaucoma shunts, pars plana AGV, canaloplasty, carbon dioxide laser assisted deep sclerectomy and titanium-sapphire laser trabeculoplasty, drainage implant and refractive surgery, and other procedures.
As independent variables we used six offensive tactics, each of which had two categories: counter attack versus elaborate attack, final third versus first third, long possession versus short possession, long pass versus short pass, penetrative pass versus non-penetrative pass, and space pass versus foot pass, and for each variable a product term between that variable and match location was also added.
The majority of jurisdictions that have reformed their sexual offences provisions have opted for a division between penetrative and non-penetrative offences, generally affording a higher degree of seriousness to penetrative offences.
Pakistan, in turn, always looked like it was struggling against an experienced and penetrative bowling attack and was eventually bowled out for 122 in 45.