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  • More towards the Disney range of the spectrum, Zuk tells the wholesome tale of parent cockroaches, who sometimes remain together as a kind of family after mating, with both the mother and father cooperating to raise their young and the mothers feeding their offspring with milk-like secretions.

    Gee Henry: Book Review: Marlene Zuk's 'Sex on Six Legs'

  • The remaining mop can be diluted to a milk-like consistency and served on the side for dipping.

    One Big Table

  • It is milk-like in substance but it is heavy cream (or liquid cream).

    unexpected

  • They have one meal to give the baby while they wait for the mother to return to feed, and it's a milk-like substance they regurgitate.

    Taking Pity

  • The third is to upgrade the baby formula given away in the WIN program to the latest and greatest Europeans versions with all the most mother's milk-like molecules.

    Does It Matter If IQ Matters?, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • At lower temps we have aggressive hops and bitterness - the spring equivalent of salty pretzels, that you just can't stop drinking; at warmer temps, creamy milk-like textures with strong notes of alcohol almost like a whiskey.

    Beer Review: O'So Hopdinger and Central Waters Glacial Trail IPA

  • At the end of the 1970s, it was decided by some people that they weren't getting rich enough fast enough, and that they were tragically hampered in their efforts by government regulations that dictated, for example, that foods called by some generally understood name, such as "milk" actually had to be milk -- not a milk-like product, not a milk-containing product, but truly milk, from cows.

    Jane Smiley: It's the Economists, Stupid!

  • So Grandmama packed a basket of luncheon meats derived from petrochemicals, along with a big jug of steroid-enhanced, milk-like product.

    Gene Stone: Little Red State Riding Hood: A Republican Fairy Tale

  • When I think about it (which I admittedly haven't done very often), there is something about the roundness of the letters that reminds me of the penmanship of my best friend from sixth grade; I think there might be some chocolate milk-like elixir for me when I write with it.

    Jennifer Oko: Evil Font Casts Evil Curse?

  • Now neither fishes nor any animals devoid of feet are furnished with testicles, but male serpents and male fishes have a pair of ducts which fill with milt or sperm at the rutting season, and discharge, in all cases, a milk-like juice.

    The History of Animals

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