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wet

Military
A term used in spy circles referring to any spilling of blood. An assassination may be termed a wet affair, wet job, wet operation or, generically as wetwork or wet work.

Sexology
Referring to vaginal moistness, as in arousal.

Vox populi
Untried, inexperienced, green

wet

(wet)
1. Soaked with moisture, usually water.
2. A colloquial term for edematous or overhydrated.
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In the winter months it could become 2% drier to 19% wetter under a low emission scenario.
Patty represents 'Better Wetter.' They'll be featured throughout the campaign to help pet parents better understand not only how to feed our freeze-dried entrees, but also to point out the benefits of a raw diet."
According to Wetter, it will be incumbent on forward-thinking physicians to take the lead.
The collaborative work of cartoonists Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott, "Wetter, Louder, Stickier" is the thirty-first volume in their popular syndicated newspaper strip 'Baby Blues'.
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Wetter of Wetter & Covertini; Karen Gastiaburo of Warburg Realty Partnership and Co-Chair of REBNY's Downtown Committee; Stephen Kliegerman of Halstead Property, LLC; Adam Turkewitz of Wells Fargo Home Mortgage; and Ari Herkov of Halstead Property, LLC.
Land clues included charcoal from fires, and evidence of more sand dune activity and desiccated lakes, all indicating drier conditions, and evidence for higher lake levels and more pollen, indicating wetter conditions.
They also nominated Carl Wetter (Sweden) as judge to the General Court of the EU in replacement of Nils Wahl (Sweden) for his remaining term of office ending on 31 August 2013.
(This time of year doesn't get any better, but for you our son the tears get wetter and wetter.
Long-term projections for climate change in the UK for the rest of the 21st century and a bit beyond suggest on balance that it's going to be a wetter place--rainier winters, perhaps sunnier summers, though some predictions don't rule out wetter all year round.
While the summer has been wetter than last year's, it has been considerably drier than 2007, 2008 and 2009, the forecaster said.
Paul Alan Wetter, founder and chairman of the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons.