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ream

verb (slang) To repeatedly insert and withdraw the tongue in the anus to help a partner achieve orgasm.
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Ream added: "The manager's record speaks for itself - and that can only give the players confidence.
Ream joins US Under 20 captain Emerson Hyndman and Under 17 midfielder Luca de la Torre at Craven Cottage.
Ream takes his cross-country seriously, but not so seriously that he misses having a good time at the Birkie, where fun opportunities abound.
The Turborunner was used to ream the last 18 joints of liner through this challenging zone, re-establishing a 5 7/8-inch gauge hole in order to land the 4.
Caption: Figure 4 Lateral and inferior views of the glenoid bone remaining after correction of medium defect: medium defect (left), eccentric ream (middle left), 12[degrees] wedge (middle right), and 5 mm step (right).
Ream admitted his wife was not entirely delighted with the news, adding: "I cannot really repeat what she said.
Ream has had offers from SIX clubs and is weighing up his option but Wanderers chief Coyle is very keen because he fears Cahill will go.
ExpressJet Airlines Inc, a subsidiary of ExpressJet Holdings Inc (NYSE:XJT), announced on Tuesday that its president and chief executive officer, Jim Ream, is leaving the company.
SALT LAKE CITY -- Paul Ream, the founder of family-owned grocery chain Ream's Food Stores, died at his home here this week after a long illness.
Some of the problems included unscheduled ream discharge breakdowns and the risk of line stop-page due to obsolete electrical components.
In fall 1943, VC-7 was stationed at Naval Air Auxiliary Station Ream Field, just south of San Diego, Calif.