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cheeking

(chēk′ing)
A colloquial term for concealing a medication in the mouth, i.e., between the teeth and the cheek, in order to avoid swallowing it.
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Maybe it's because my Dad was one (although he'd no doubt point you to many times I've been perfectly able to disagree with him) or because, growing up in a home where watching Grange Hill was banned, I missed out on the balancing experience of seeing kids cheeking their teachers.
Anyone caught breaking school rules, cheeking or answering back would find themselves sitting un-comfortably or blowing on their fingers for the rest of the lesson.
In the Old Testament the Christian god prescribed the "stoning to death" for innocuous crimes such as gathering sticks on the Sabbath and for cheeking your parents.
Under the law, personal information means a person's first name or first initial in combination with either (1) social security number or employer taxpayer identification number; (2) driver's license number, state identification card, or passport numbers; (3) cheeking account numbers; (4) savings account numbers; (5) credit card numbers; (6) debit card numbers; (7) personal identification (PIN) code; (8) electronic identification numbers, electronic mail names or addresses, internet account numbers, or internet identification names; (9) digital signatures; (10) any other numbers or information that can be used to access a person's financial resources; (11) biometric data; (12) fingerprints; (13) passwords; and (14) parent's legal surname prior to marriage.
123) Turner went into detention at least once under Brisbane, but skill, enthusiasm and a depleted Lumber Yard made him overseer by default, a rank he would lose in 1828 when caught drinking with convict workmates in a pub after closing time, and cheeking the magistrate who heard the charge.