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In 1851, the first modern feeding bottle—an elaborate contraption with a cork nipple and ivory pins that selectively closed inlets to regulate air flow—was invented in France, pushing wet nursing to near extinction.
There is also a dispute about a female nipple in a post about breast cancer.
Because God forbid boys would be distracted by the slight natural erection of a nipple.
It was the highest peak in the neighborhood of the coast, and was called the Nipple.
Saying this, I walked a few steps from the place where we were lying down, to see if there was any way of scaling the Nipple.
In one of his expeditions over Nipple Top he chanced upon the cave.
IN THE WILDERNESSCHARLES DUDLEY WARNER
There were no flat, or Peento, peaches but a sort known as Venus's Nipple was seemingly a typical beaked peach.
Nipple-shields, with broad bases and openings, should always be obtained.
THE PHYSICAL LIFE OF WOMAN:DR. GEORGE H NAPHEYS
All the slopes of Nipple Top are hirsute and jagged to the last degree.
IN THE WILDERNESSCHARLES DUDLEY WARNER

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