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  • n. Attributive form of bodily fluid


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  • Litter pickup and bodily-fluid removal are at the top of the list, Nash said.

    Budget cuts dull Montgomery garages' sheen

  • He spends all day coming up with bodily-fluid oriented meta-powers.

    Blue Beetle Q&A

  • Never thought we'd say this about a movie, but Bucky Larson'' probably doesn't wring as much out of recurring bodily-fluid gags as it could. Top Stories

  • Certainly he takes on topical subjects: the catalog points out the relevance of his bodily-fluid images to the age of AIDS and of urine testing for drugs.

    Chicago Reader

  • The language mail, however, is the lifeblood, mother’s milk and any other bodily-fluid metaphor you like of this column.

    No Uncertain Terms


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