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Then they moved into sex stuff by the trees, a girl with three guys, two guys necking together.
LITTLE BROTHERCORY DOCTOROW
In architectural usage, the deep groove which separates the necking of the column from the upper drum of the shaft beneath.
HISTORY OF ANCIENT ARTFRANZ VON REBER
The mouldings of the shaft are carefully stopped below the necking, and above the base.
He reined up before the seemingly deserted camp, his horse flung back upon its haunches, white foam necking its quivering flanks.
BOB HAMPTON OF PLACERRANDALL PARRISH
The depth of the architrave on its under side should answer to the necking at the top of the column.
It will be noticed that to the left of the panel one of the points joins the necking-piece, which holds the fleur-de-lys together.
"Come back here and stop that 'rubber-necking,' No. 7," called out Tommy.
The reel and bead pattern running along the lower border of the necking represents the lotus stalks.
EVOLUTION IN ARTALFRED C. HADDON
Bell: That part of the capital of a column which is between the necking below and the abacus above.
To anybody driving past it would merely suggest a necking party, or a drunk sleeping off his load before continuing home.
AN INCIDENT ON ROUTE 12JAMES H. SCHMITZ

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