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dry run

A slang term for the rubbing of pelvises between partners while fully clothed so as to stimulate the external genitalia.
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Nebrija also mentioned they will discontinue the dry run within the day if they do not get the numbers that they needed.
"The dry run reveals more of the fingerprints of the Saudi government," Kristen Breitweiser, one of the New York plaintiffs, said, adding that "these guys were Saudi government employees for years and were paid by the Saudi government".
For the dry run, the staff inserted lead and zirconium rods instead.
TRIAL Eblex and the LAA have teamed up for a dry run of electronic tagging of animals at mart.
Law firms and estate agents across the Midlands are being urged to embrace a dry run for HIPs this autumn.
'Pre-Opening Day' on May 27 will be Ascot's first fixture since September 2004 and is being used as a dry run for the official opening of the course, which will take place on Tuesday, June 20, the first day of the Royal meeting.
Now they are showing what else they can do at the Dry Run exhibition at Sunderland's Art Studio, which runs until May 20.
Applications include pressure control, filter monitoring, and pump dry run protection.
Many companies plan to go through a dry run attestation in the quarter preceding their fiscal yearends.
Executives said they also offer four rotary lobe designs, intermittent dry run capabilities, positive displacement metered flow and low life cycle costs.
Features include dry run capability, mono-flow or duo-flow configurations and user-replaceable seals.
We did a dry run where the physical lay-out of the station was reproduced.