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back passage

the rectum
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Her embarrassment grew substantially when she ended up between the sheets with two stiffs for the price of one as Kemal croaked mid-coitus, leaving the shame-faced debutante, her mother and head maid Anna charged with the task of moving the body - all the while blissfully unaware they had been spotted by Daisy the kitchen maid, who has an enviable knowledge of all the many back passages at Downton.
And why there is so much litter in the back passages, even though there isn't.
With its Text-to-Speech cartridge installed, this wireless word processor can speak, either as a student types or by playing back passages. The unit has a full-sized keyboard, a switchable display (4-line with 40 characters or 8-line with 80 characters) and eight built-in programs, including a word processor, typing tutor, word prediction, phonic spell check, homework calendar, spreadsheet, database and calculator.
Pull up the front and back passages tightly, as if trying to stop the bowels from opening.
He secretly hopes it's him because he feels quite at home in the house, what with it being a warren of dark back passages and all that.
A simple exercise involves pulling up your front and back passages tightly as if trying to stop your bowels and bladder from opening.
This current is usually passed via a small vaginal or anal probe in close contact with pelvic floor muscles or via surface electrodes placed on the area between the front and back passages.
TV chef Dave spewed out a string of one-liners about back passages and getting your hands on a nice piece of meat, while his female co-host giggled nervously.
This current is usually passed via a small vaginal or anal probe in close contact with the pelvic floor muscles or via surface electrodes placed on the area between the front and back passages.
Reassuring proof that today's Tories are so far up their own back passages they're meeting the next slab of pate de foie gras coming down the other way.