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munch·ing

(mŭnch'ing)
An oral-motor pattern seen in children at about 6 months of age; earliest form of chewing; includes rhythmic up and down movement of the jaw that can appear as a stereotypic pattern or include movements that vary in degree of jaw opening and timing. It is elicited by stimulation of the gums or teeth.
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The show reveals far more about Munch than it does about Van Gogh.
Munch Bunch 30% Less Sugar joins the Munch Bunch family as one more option for parents seeking tasty dairy goodness for their children.
Forget Me Not Children's Hospice fundraisers Lucy Burnett, left, and Ryan Grint with baker Lottie Shaw and her giant |mince pie to be eaten at the Huddersfield Giants' Mince Pie Munch event 261114EPIE_01 JULIAN HUGHES
As is well documented elsewhere, Munch broke new ground by blending naturalism and abstraction, turning away from the established (Establishment) obsession with verisimilitude towards a mannerist manipulation of form and expressive use of colour and line.
Munch, como puede verse en este grabado, solia establecer un estrecho vinculo entre el tormento interior y el paisaje: la ondulante costa noruega bajo un cielo opresivo.
Shahid was the destroyer and took 3 for 11 to give Munch Bakery an easy win.
In each philosophy of Edvard Munch paintings uses colours, lines, textures and metaphors to convey expression related to human phenomenon.
Potential licensees in the customized electrical accessories industry are currently being targeted as candidates to eventually commercialize the Munch Box on a worldwide basis.
Moo B Munch is a great initiative encouraging young people to take an interest in agriculture, Mr Sidebottom said.
Two are in The Munch Museum in Olso and a third is in The National Gallery of Norway.