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cheeking

(chēk′ing)
A colloquial term for concealing a medication in the mouth, i.e., between the teeth and the cheek, in order to avoid swallowing it.
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Under the law, personal information means a person's first name or first initial in combination with either (1) social security number or employer taxpayer identification number; (2) driver's license number, state identification card, or passport numbers; (3) cheeking account numbers; (4) savings account numbers; (5) credit card numbers; (6) debit card numbers; (7) personal identification (PIN) code; (8) electronic identification numbers, electronic mail names or addresses, internet account numbers, or internet identification names; (9) digital signatures; (10) any other numbers or information that can be used to access a person's financial resources; (11) biometric data; (12) fingerprints; (13) passwords; and (14) parent's legal surname prior to marriage.
123) Turner went into detention at least once under Brisbane, but skill, enthusiasm and a depleted Lumber Yard made him overseer by default, a rank he would lose in 1828 when caught drinking with convict workmates in a pub after closing time, and cheeking the magistrate who heard the charge.
You've also got to be honest with yourself - HAVE you been cheeking your mum or taking her for granted?