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liquorice

(US and Canadian), licorice
1. a perennial Mediterranean leguminous shrub, Glycyrrhiza glabra, having spikes of pale blue flowers and flat red-brown pods
2. the dried root of this plant, used as a laxative and in confectionery
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The program will include his erotic classics "Therese & Isabelle" and "The Lickerish Quartet." There's a sidebar honoring Timothy Bottoms, who's also repping his latest film, Tamar Simon Hoff's thriller "Pound of Flesh," and Deborah Kara Unger will also pull double duty--presiding over the fest jury for the German Independence Award and starring in Raul Inglis' "Transparency." Other highlights include Simon Rumley's "Red, White and Blue," Paul Gordon's "The Happy Poet" and Giada Colagrande's "A Woman," starring husband Willem Dafoe.
Following the performance of Journey's End - The Art Of Melody, the concert's second half will feature original guitarist Francis Lickerish for a one-off performance of music from the band's 1977 album Aerie Faerie Nonsense.
Keyboard wizard Godfrey will be joined by original drummer Dave Storey, Jason Ducker (guitars), Max Read (vocals/keyboards) and Nicholas Willes (bass/percussion) plus the brass and percussion sections of The Chandos Symphony Orchestra and there will be a special appearance by another foundermember, guitarist Francis Lickerish & Friends.
This epic-length poem uses the same narrative strategy--the same logo, we might say--as Childe Harold, although Byron in 1818 now makes clear from the start that Don Juan is a character, not the narrator, for, as Byron knows, given his own lickerish reputation, we could be easily misled.
The folk buying the edible underpants, the ever-popular Lickerish allsorts wouldn't mind.