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suckling

an infant or young animal that is still taking milk from the mother

Suckling

Sir John. 1609--42, English Cavalier poet and dramatist
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Andrew Suckling said, Tom's strong M&A advisory knowledge and on-the-ground experience in the region will be invaluable in building on our existing M&A team's deal track record.
Mr Suckling, who lives in Arbury Road, Nuneaton, was so touched by the story he decided he wanted to hand pounds 50 to Mrs Wilcox.
He replaces Paul Suckling who announced his retirement on December 31 after contributing immensely to the budget airline over the last 11 years, said Air Arabia in a statement.
Summary: Andrew Littledale replaces Paul Suckling upon his retirement
ISLAMABAD -- The Human Rights Commission has issued notice to the civil and police administration, Shopian, in Indian Occupied Kashmir over the intentional killing of a woman by Indian forces, while she was carrying her suckling child in her lap in her house in South Kashmir on December 19.
A lion has been photographed nursing a leopard cub in the first-ever known case of cross-species suckling among wild cats.
In my last visit at Diamond Hotel Manila, I sampled Spanish chef Francisco Coque's suckling pig.
Despite their relevance to growth performance and animal welfare of suckling piglets to the swine industry, there is relatively little known about suckling piglets.
Suckling and Walton cover games writing in context, what games writers do and how they do it, beyond the basics, and what it is like being a games writer.
Aided by a new love interest, a prostitute named Rosie, Benny finds himself in a host of weird situations, from Rosie publicly suckling him at a governor's ball to the two following an evangelical preacher's revival around healing the sick with his "man milk.