slobbering


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slobbering

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Shot off-and-on for the past 15 years as funding sources came and went, ``The Manson Family'' represents some kind of crazed commitment of its own to slobbering cinema of the most relentless, unpleasant sort.
About a century ago, the Russian physiologist Ivan Pavlov drew attention to such responses with his studies of slobbering dogs.
On our way out, I caught Randy, kissing and slobbering all over some girl's shoulder.
Especially when Ricky Martin comes up and you see half of them slobbering.
Then you have a couple of drinks and next thing you know, Dr Jekyll's gone byebye, Mr Hyde's taken over your body, and you're slobbering down the nearest woman's ear and doing The Full Monty on the pub table.
The slobbering, slurping battle was staged on Jay Leno's top-rated Tonight show.
And slobbering over his pet has ruined the youngster's love life.
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This comic strip spin-off follows the adventures of the slobbering Marmaduke (voiced by Owen Wilson), who moves with his owners to California where he wrestles with doggy politics in the local park, falls for a babelicious collie (Fergie) and is bullied by a Rottweiler (Kiefer Sutherland).
TO MR P Dickens who had the misfortune to sit by a smelly and slobbering dog on the bus.
SUPPORTERS of the Entente Cordiale between Britain and France must have been alarmed to see President Chirac slobbering over the hands of glamorous female ministers at the recent European summit.