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drooling

the discharge of saliva from the mouth. A normal feature in some breeds of dogs such as St. Bernard, Newfoundland and English bulldog, presumably because of their loose, pendulous lips. In other dogs and in cats it can be a sign of abnormalities of swallowing, painful oral lesions, diseased teeth, or disorders of salivary glands with hypersialosis.
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Alternatively, safer grass eating may just be a bonus from weaponized drool that originally coped with some other menace.
The composition of the metal surface of the die influences die drool through surface energy: lower surface-energy metals induce lower levels of die deposit.
has been locked in a four-year legal fight with Moosehead over Big Sky's attempt to register a trademark for Moose Drool Brown Ale.
Austin is fortunate in many ways because the other children seemed to be able to deal with all that stuff, too--everything but the drool.
However, he has kept intact 100 acres of 85-year-old trees--the kind of trees that make a log buyer drool.
I walked past Pam and she seemed stunned that I did not drool or stumble or something.
a Canadian company, maintains consumers could be misled by the similarity in the name of the two companies' mainstay beers, Moosehead and Moose Drool.
It is said to avoid drool and scorching at the nozzle by means of a pneumatic valve pin, a special moving runner bushing, and an air gap and cooling bushing that separate the cold runner from the hot mold.
Her hair hangs in greasy dreads; reversed video allows her to suck gelatinous drool up off her arm.
She needs to wear a bib or "kerchief" around her neck to catch the drool.
To escape his troubles, Max makes up an alternate world, Planet Drool, where kids like him can have unfettered fun.
In one circle of hell, Pope Boniface VIII and two recent Cardinals (Law and O'Connor) drool and and writhe, muttering perversions worthy of Sade as they wander among the bodies of some young new arrivals, preparing to molest their souls.