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lick

1. a block of compressed salt or chemical matter provided for domestic animals to lick for medicinal and nutritional purposes
2. a place to which animals go to lick exposed natural deposits of salt
3. Slang a short musical phrase, usually on one instrument
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Licker introduces the climate change topic as science but couches it in terms of human agency and impact.
"There are very few behavioral foot lickers. That said, once dogs start licking, they can develop an obsessive-compulsive licking behavior, which accelerates and intensifies the original problem."
A trio of Lima Bean Spread, a spicy Pot Licker sauce, and Whipped Salted Butter are the icing--well, spread--on the breads.
As brother number six, Bowl Licker hides under beds and waits for kids to put down their bowls, which (unsurprisingly) he then steals.
The Filth Licker follows on from Cristy Burne's prizewinning first novel, Takeshita Demons.
Lean production reduces the time between a customer order and delivery by eliminating non-value added waste (Licker & Meier, 2006.).
Steve, who is about to enter the record books with the world's longest licker at 3.9 inches (10 cms), said: "I'm a good kisser, that's for sure."
This condition, called lip licker's dermatitis, is caused by habitual licking of the lips and the surrounding skin.
dairy prices have contributed to what pundits are calling "licker shock"--a precipitous rise in the price of ice cream.
dairy prices have contributed to what confection pundits are calling "licker shock"--a precipitous rise in the price of ice cream.
Dedert, the Double Licker specialist from Holland, has joined forces with UK based Belfield Farms.
And she said, `Careful he's a licker.' ``And in my nervousness I said, `That's OK, I'm a licker too'.