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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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They're working their you-know-whats off to provide fantastic accommodation, service and food.
'He works his you-know-whats off for the team and hopefully he can give Bobo Balde a rough ride on Sunday.
Here's another one of those you-know-whats: The first Tupperware product was not a food-storage product but instead a 7-ounce bathroom cup.
Figuring out ways to beat those arrogant you-know-whats.
Better take a big gun!" When my response is that my weapon of choice is a bow, their jaws bounce off the floor and their next response is, "You either have steel you-know-whats, or you're insane.
And no doubt part of the shock was also trying to imagine some poor soul trying to develop and promote this same type of calendar here in Canada -- "Indian princesses of Canada" with page after page of scantily clad Aboriginal women, no doubt in buckskin bikinis, holding a new-born fawn or frolicking about on some glacier, freezing their you-know-whats off.
And everyone had agreed to do it until he mentioned that the water might be full of you-know-whats.
We wanted to go into the play-offs on an unbeaten run, but this has been a big kick in the you-know-whats.
With Holloway still reeling from blows to his pride and his you-know-whats, his opposite number clearly felt sorry for him, and provided a blooper of his own.
While they made far too many mistakes, Thomas covered his teammate's you-know-whats with a sensational performance.
After much consideration we agreed but left in the morning relieved to have escaped without the you-know-whats.