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pierce

To penetrate body tissue, usually in order to place an ornamental ring or stud on the surface of the skin.
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I'm planning to pierce my lower lip soon," she said.
They also told Pierce they were going to shoot him.
Because both teams were forced to forfeit their next game, it left Pierce with twolosses, eliminating it from the tournament.
What makes Pierce Memorial Baptist Home's ELDERtech program unique is that it not only introduces computers to its residents, but it also enlists high school students as mentors.
Last summer Pierce spent her days harvesting broccoli, mowing orchards and hoeing 300-foot-long salad mix beds under a hot sun.
When Pierce tugs on his long lobes, the skin builds up elastic potential energy (stored energy due to being stretched).
What's more, he's a condom fanatic--only once in his life, Pierce swears, has he failed to use a rubber during intercourse, and that was "many years after.
About a year later, the Bush family took Pierce to The Howard School in Atlanta, a pioneer in developing innovative educational programs and individual assessment.
For those with protruding navels (outies), this is a problematic area to pierce.
Little's congregation, the Church at Pierce Creek, just outside of Binghamton, announced its concerns in an unusual way: a full-page advertisement, paid for by the church, that ran in USA Today on Oct.
James Curley Pierce was involved in an auto accident resulting in the death of one person and serious injuries to another.