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cheek

1. 
a. either side of the face, esp that part below the eye
b. either side of the oral cavity; side of the mouth
2. a side of a door jamb
3. Nautical one of the two fore-and-aft supports for the trestletrees on a mast of a sailing vessel, forming part of the hounds
4. one of the jaws of a vice

Cheek

A narrow upright face, forming the end or side of an architectural or structural member or one side of an opening.

cheek

[chēk]
(anatomy)
The wall of the mouth in humans and other mammals.
(metallurgy)
Portion of a three-part flask between the cope and the drag.
(zoology)
The lateral side of the head in submammalian vertebrates and in invertebrates.

cheek

1. A narrow upright face forming the end or side of an architectural or structural member, or one side of an opening.
2. A narrow upright face forming the end or a side of an architectural or structural member.
3. The upright face of one side of an opening.
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Describing ISIS leadership's time in Bucca, military veteran Andrew Thompson and academic Jeremi Suri wrote in The New York Times, 'Their time in prison deepened their extremism and gave them opportunities to broaden their following.
Abu Ahmad met al-Baghdadi for the first time in Bucca, speaking of him as having been receiving
Ahmed told the Guardian that it was in Camp Bucca where he met Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of ISIS and is described in media as the world's most dangerous terrorist.
I would introduce them in reverse order of dominance first the Schipperke, Bucca, then the male Boxer, Garth, and then the female Boxer, Jada.
When somebody is playing as well as Bucca they need to be playing for 90 minutes.
A base closure assistance team (BCAT) comprising logisticians trained in base closure projects prepared the 1st Infantry Division to hand over Camp Bucca, Iraq, to the Iraqi government.
detention camps) Bucca, Cropper and other such places," said Major General Hassan al-Baidhani, chief of staff for the Baghdad operations command.
The first involved the transition of detainees from Camp Bucca to TIFs at Camp Cropper (located on Victory Base Complex, Baghdad) and Camp Taji and the closing of the Camp Bucca TIF.
The programme is called Send Him to Bucca, a reference to a notorious US military detention centre in southern Iraq which closed last year.
During the handover ceremony in July for Camp Bucca, the last U.S.
The largest, Camp Bucca in the southern desert near Kuwait, was shut down last September.
Both men had once been detained but were later released from Camp Bucca, a now closed U.S.-run prison in the southern city of Basra.