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ream

verb (slang) To repeatedly insert and withdraw the tongue in the anus to help a partner achieve orgasm.
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The top finishers in the 55K race break three hours, and Ream says his goal is to double the winner's time, and finish within that.
He is completely different to Gary Cahill and if Gary had still been at the club I would have still been looking to sign Tim Ream because of the quality I believe he has.
Miss Ream Lee continued to enjoy foreign travel in her retirement.
A trip to Tahiti instead be-came a week in Bolton for the couple, but Ream, who has signed for an undisclosed fee and penned a three-and-a-half-year deal, is in no doubt he made the right decision.
In his new position Ream will oversee all of American's maintenance operations worldwide, including its major repair, overhaul and modification bases in Fort Worth, Tulsa and Kansas City.
One-hundred sheet count packages priced identical to a full ream placed at checkout counters in grocery and convenience stores for impulse purchases--the point of purchase display might be "Rick's Place"
Florence Ream is 86 years old and legally blind, but as she slowly walked along the memorial, feeling her way, she became overcome with emotion and began to cry.
Centre-half Ream is close to compatriot Howard and was a guest for a celebration dinner with some of his international mates recently.
If Danoff can't play, redshirt freshman John Ream would make his first career start.
As Vice President of Marketing, Ream will be responsible for leading the development of strategic and tactical growth plans for Thin Battery, while cultivating new and emerging market opportunities.
Tenders are invited for Pulp Board White Manufactured Form 100 Percent Virgin Pulp As Per Is 4664/86 Or Latest Type A Grade S In Size 56 Cms X 71 Cms, 300 Gsm, Per Ream Of 500 Sheets Packing As Per Is 6211/1993 And Supply Should Be Both Sides Smooth I.