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  • All began to eat, using nothing but their hands and making loud mouth-noises and lip-smackings.

    Page 5

  • They gulped the stuff down with many facial expressions of delight, followed by loud lip-smackings of approval, though the liquor was raw enough and corrosive enough to burn their mucous membranes.

    Bunches of Knuckles

  • Suspended sentences for moderate numbers of house burglaries and smackings up of Police Officers are typical here, too.

    Final Fantasy « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • Okay, I know I promised you a story about Incompetent Co-worker, whose actions are the reason behind most of my daily open-palm-forehead-smackings.

    bluemeany Diary Entry

  • It had all been so deuced sudden, flight one moment, fornication the next, that I was glad of the chance to lie and take stock afterwards, listening to the bride's contented lip-smackings and reflecting that J.B. and Joe had more to do than fret over me, and the last place the citizens would think of looking for an absconding raider was the upper floor of their hotel.

    Flashman and the angel of the lord

  • I heard soft whistles, the intakings of breath, small, almost inadvertent gasps, and other tributes, somewhat more vulgar, things such as small clicks and the smackings of lips, to her beauty, noises which would generally be expected to great the revelation of he beauty of a slave, rather than a free woman.

    Renegades Of Gor

  • Resolved, that she would give up saying, "Damn it!" give up talking of smackings and using vulgar expressions:

    The Bill-Toppers

  • No familiarity; not too severe, either; and no smackings ... that is to say ... however ...

    The Bill-Toppers

  • Ten minutes of an epic struggle, on the bed thrown into confusion and disorder, as after a murder; huge slaps on the firm, rounded forms; virile smackings; and Glass-Eye, breathlessly, had to own herself beaten, to beg for mercy.

    The Bill-Toppers

  • She laughed bravely, as she used to, on the stage, with Ma, in the days of the great smackings.

    The Bill-Toppers

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