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oozing

exudation of fluid.
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They said that the sewage lines have been choked and oozing gutters have become a commonplace, making it difficult for residents to venture out.
But according to Rizana Nafeek statement: "When I was feeding the infant, I noticed that the milk was oozing through the mouth and nose of the infant.
OOZING character, this historic home has much to offer those seeking a period property.
We're oozing courage, oozing commitment and oozing character - that's what we have got.
They're oozing character - they've shown that many, many times before to me.
Cultural anthropologist, historian, social scientist, and outdoorsman Dennis Roth presents Oozing the Moon: A Sky and Night Woods Guide to the Galaxy, a memoir of his search for vision and illumination through experiencing the outdoors and the night sky.
On closer inspection, I saw a river of silt oozing out of its base.
Lily Allen arrived in Newcastle this week oozing the class and style you would expect from a top-class artist.
The self-standing container also prevents glue from oozing onto work surfaces and keeps the glue away from the nozzle for continued clog-free performance.
But new findings suggest that Enceladus (pronounced en-SELL-ah-dus) is oozing heat.
The movie's last image sums its effect and (perhaps) intent up as well as anything: actress Beatrice Dalle, wild and crazy and oozing sex (as always), blasting through a snowy landscape, pulled by a team of wild dogs, laughing maniacally, alive - for the moment, in the moment - and running from the devil.
Oozing magnetic sexual attraction and dressed in black leather trousers and jacket, Adam Cooper convincingly portrays the seducer Vicomte de Valmont in the latest version of Choderlos de Laclos' novel, Les Liaisons Dangereuses.