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Climate change could turn some dog ticks into suckers for humans instead of canines.
Embedded in the suckers, these cells enable the arms to do double duty of touch and taste by detecting chemicals produced by many aquatic creatures.
Detailed imaging identified what appeared to be sensory cells, some with fine branched endings, at the surface of suckers.
The regulatory action was a sucker punch to Citi, but Wilmarth argues that, in a way, it actually bolsters Fraser’s position.
After all, I was a hungry kid, and one of those suckers wasn’t going to satisfy my bottomless pit of an adolescent stomach.
I’m older than Google and Billie Eilish, and am a sucker for millennial pink.
RECLAIMING MY GEN Z IDENTITYSHAAN MERCHANTSEPTEMBER 7, 2020OZY
Indeed, Madame Sucker thought it quite vulgar in the tortoise to be so eager after the cakes and wine.
JAPANESE FAIRY WORLDWILLIAM ELLIOT GRIFFIS
So she ran for the fording place on Sucker Creek, which was a good half mile above the shack in which the stranger was living.
THE COUNTRY BEYONDJAMES OLIVER CURWOOD
Fish Hawk said, “I will take that fellow, Sucker, lying in the water there.”
Nothing doing in the way of buying booms around Sucker Brook.

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