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He closed by talking about bullies, saying the best way to deal with them is to punch them in the throat.
However, in those rare cases, people can carry high amounts of the virus in their nose and throat, scientists recently reported, which suggests they may be able to transmit it to others.
Broken though it may be, America is ours, and together we can make this place anew, if we are finally honest with ourselves about the ugliness that has the country by the throat again.
In it, a soldier stands on an Australian flag and grins maniacally as he holds a bloodied knife to a boy’s throat.
Ragnow took a hit to the throat area in the first quarter of Sunday’s game.
Unthinkingly, she grabs his wrist as he reaches for her throat.
So, Whole Foods is changing, not because Amazon’s cramming a bunch of things down our throat, but because they do a lot of things that we want to take in.
That means it would swim against its prey to shove the food down its throat.
She got halfway through before the words caught in her throat.
SHE WAS AFRAID OF HER LAWYER. THEN THE TEXT MESSAGES STARTED.BY SAMANTHA HOGAN, THE MAINE MONITOROCTOBER 8, 2020PROPUBLICA
He just shoved his tongue down my throat and I was pushing him off.

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