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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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A post-cut penetrative stun (as described under 'P' below) was delivered within 10 to 20 s of the Halal cut (after the post-sticking blood sample had been taken).
Aggravated penetrative sexual assault ( Section 5) -- not less than 10 years which may extend to imprisonment for life and fine ( Section 6)
The tactic penetrative pass was still more effective than non-penetrative pass also when playing against an imbalanced defence both at home and away.
One-third of participants reported ever using penetrative sex toys, and the most commonly cited way to clean them was with soap and water.
Some sexual practices, including oral-genital sex, vaginal or anal sex using hands, fingers, or penetrative sex toys, and oral-anal sex, are commonly practiced by female sex partners (5-7).
PHILADELPHIA -- Lesbians under age 30 commonly practice vaginal penetrative sex manually or with sex toys, yet they have a poor understanding of the possible accompanying risk of bacterial vaginosis, Dr.
His citation read: 'Bruce George towers over his colleagues as a beacon of moderate rational thought, penetrative analysis and encyclopaedic knowledge.
6) In practice, however, the couple did not always remain chaste, and the distinction between innocent bundling and full penetrative sex was not always easy to maintain.
He was also our most penetrative runner and was ably backed up by skipper Gary Armstrong who as always battled away with any amount of courage.
Of the almost 1,000 metres of drilling completed to date at the Humajala Gold Property, several holes intersected intervals of up to 50 metres of intensely silicified breccia containing 2% to 10% visible sulphides or penetrative iron oxides.