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deep throat

verb A slang term meaning to the penis down a partner’s throat during fellatio.
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OUT OF THE SHADOWS: Joan Felt with her father Mark who has admitted that he was Watergate's Deep Throat
So Watergate buffs continue to be In Search of Deep Throat. In fact, that was the title of a 2000 book by former Nixon aide Leonard Garment, who denied that he was Throat and speculated that it was a White House colleague named John Sears--who also denied it.
'We all sincerely hope the country will see him this way as well.' He said Felt was pleased he was being honoured for his role as Deep Throat, alongside his friend, Woodward
Meanwhile, Dean is sure he's nailed Deep Throat's identity with "a serious piece of historical research that draws a conclusion I think readers will find to be definitive," says Scott Rosenberg, managing editor for Salon.
While the Courant story was picked up by some online new services and a few TV outlets, it was largely ignored by other major newspapers, such as The Washington Post and The New York Times, which have paid close attention to the Deep Throat mystery.
Arrow Productions is crying foul play because 'Lovelace' includes three scenes from 'Deep Throat'.
Now, if you'll excuse me, I have a meeting with Deep Throat Lozenge to discuss the Katie Holmes issue
BOB WOODWARD was a young Navy courier running an errand at the White House when, by chance, he stumbled upon the senior FBI official who was to become the Washington Post's mystery Deep Throat source.
The FBI's former number two, W Mark Felt, has claimed to have been the mystery Deep Throat source who helped bring down US president Richard Nixon.
Exhibs are clamoring for re-release of the original X-rated "Deep Throat," which will open in five cities Feb.
An ace reporter with a knack for solving seemingly unsolvable riddles claims he's close to revealing journalism's greatest secret--the identity of Watergate's "Deep Throat."