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you

As defined by the Medical Defence Union—the largest carrier for medical indemnity insurance in the UK—you means:
(i) the insured named in the Schedule;
(ii) the personal representatives of the estate following the insured’s death or his or her legal representatives if the insured becomes incapable, insolvent or bankrupt; and
(iii) the insured’s beneficiaries and those who have or obtain an interest in the insured’s beneficiaries’ estates following their deaths.
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Your little bundle of joy delights you every waking moment except one: when he does you-know-what on the floor of the living room.
"I see the moment, Obafemi Martins, I see him now - and through my mind went, 'OK - put the flag up then', because we always get a kick in the you-know-what.
"My rehabilitation started as soon as I returned to Finch Farm from London, and I fully intend to be the proverbial pain in the you-know-what until I am back on the pitch.
"My rehabilitation started as soon as I returned to Finch Farm from London and I fully intend to be the proverbial pain in the you-know-what until I am back on the pitch.
I don't want to be a pain in the you-know-what." Keeping in touch is so darn hard.
How To Overcome Once-Easy Tasks That Are Now Pains In The You-Know-What!, third edn.
Foodie presenter Kate Quilton travels around the world, even going undercover in the UK, and meeting scientists, nutritionists and dieticians, to find out what's worth shelling out for and what is a load of old you-know-what.
Finch starts out at the bottom with a company and, thanks to a little book by the name of you-know-what, ends up running the place by following such sage advice as "how to rise from the mailroom," "stab the right backs" and "be a meeting leaver."
I've been a fan since 1940, for better or worse, mostly you-know-what, and people like us have learned how to keep hope alive.
But that's because I'm British - in Hollywood no one gives a you-know-what.
By the way, we call it "Shiffa" for "Iffa the you-know-what hits the fan." Just easier to say.--D.C.
But no, me and my girl buddies were just really good friends who enjoyed each other's company without you-know-what rearing its ugly head and spoiling things.