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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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Two lacrosse games are planned in the Pavilion area, Lickers said, and she hopes these will generate enough excitement to get at least four other countries to take up lacrosse.
The goal is to bridge the gap between the ancient wisdom of the Elders and the modern world," continued Lickers. "Participants are empowered to move forward with a healthier and more dynamic perspective."
These little lizards can launch their lickers at a speed of 20 kilometers (13 miles) per hour.
Vince Lickers, coach and general manager, wonders how many of those named to his roster will make the trip to B.C.
* Highly skilled people were often used as "stamp lickers."
Dubbed "Heart of the City," celebration 2003 will feature a number of musical acts, including Guarneri Underground, Satin Love Orchestra, Lavay Smith & Her Red Hot Skillet Lickers, Tony Furtado and the American Gypsies, Marcus Eaton, Candy Kane, and Luther Wright and the Wrongs.
They brought their camels--and the feral descendants of these are today's dew lickers.
The resulting calls for last-minute envelope stuffers and stamp lickers are irritating for two reasons.
Ontario South coach Vincent Lickers wasn't surprised to see his charges celebrating at the end of the tournament.
The schoolgirl was pitted against some of the world's longest lickers.