snot


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snot

(snŏt)
n.
Nasal mucus; phlegm.
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If your snot is white, what is one thing you might do to change it?
For example, too few people appreciate the counterintuitive fact that for the most part the color of snot is not one of Mother Nature's warning signs of severe illness.
It seems to be a blow against motherhood to suggest that they should just let the snot cake up and then gently soak it off before naps and bedtimes.
Toe battles a snot monster Paul Rust as Denis and Hayden Panettiere as Beth
The first Snot Spots hit retail in 2005; today there are four styles: two for skiers and snowboarders, one for runners, and one for bicyclists.
Yes, that snot of snots Sharpay is played by a real-life 21-year-old.
38 Special wadcutters and shoot the snot out of that gun for practice
Two young visitors had a slimy time at the Life Science Centre in Newcastle as they learned about the merits of snot and why the body needs it.
Had tickets to the 1977 Oakland Coliseum show, the one where their "people" beat the snot out of Bill Graham's "people" and pandemonium reigned, but never did make it.
Too often, such geometries have provided flashy architects with the power to waggle themselves about, destroying human scale with blobs and other such snot.