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wick

(wĭk)
Any material that absorbs liquids. Wicks are used in wounds and cavities to drain accumulated fluids.
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Cove kept up the fightback after the break and there was a let-off for Wick in the 77th minute when goalscorer Reid chested a fierce cross from the right off his own post.
United Community is the Holding Company for The Home Savings and Loan Company ("Home Savings") and Butler Wick Corp.
In store" oils are way too expensive, give off less light, and the scented ones really gum up the wicks.
Before gaining national attention for his chili, Wick Fowler served his country as a war correspondent for the Dallas Morning News.
A slack move in the 16th minute from Wick ended with Derek Nicol smashing a loose ball into the roof of the visitors net.
Desert Christian will bring seven runners to Fresno: Wick, Megan Couch, Alex Larsen, Rachel Larsen, Josie Hudspeth, Nicole Richards and Robyn Estrada.
Steve Murray and Stewart Ross were surprisingly left on the bench as Wick kicked off down the slope in front of Harmsworth Park's biggest crowd in years.
Our purpose is to see these young people develop coordination, self- confidence and performance skills to a level where they perform at their own personal best,'' Wick said.
Lodge's responsibilities at the holding company level include strategic planning for Home Savings and Butler Wick, wholly-owned subsidiaries of UCFC, as well as direct involvement with merger and acquisition activity.
Keep the wax pool free of dust, wick trimmings, matches and debris at all times.
New anti-microbial fabrics wick perspiration and deliver enhanced comfort and performance for under and outer layers
Wick (played by Craig Ferguson), receives a visit from his notorious mother, who begs Drew to return to his job at the department store.