swallowing

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a: Swallowing ~
b: walking

What:

''Swallowing is like walking,'' says Arthur A. Siebens, professor of rehabilitation medicine and surgery at Johns Hopkins. ''Some people need a cane or crutches.''


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Writer: Arthur A. Siebens
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Date: May 28 2015 7:58 PM



a: swallowing ~
b: an intellectual acceptance

What:

"Animals for food were especially distinguished by their chewing the cud and having divided hoofs. The chewing of the cud represents a careful examination of what is received into the mind. The first hasty swallowing is like an intellectual acceptance, but the second chewing is a careful search for goodness in all that is received. "


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Writer: Not Stated
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Date: May 28 2015 8:03 PM



a: Swallowing semen ~
b: cracking a raw egg in your mouth

What:

"Swallowing is like cracking a raw egg in your mouth that has been soaking in bleach. There are alot of women out there that won't even do oral on a man so if you get oral from your woman just be happy with that.
It has nothing at all to do with if you love your partner or not. Just because you don't swallow doesn't mean you love your partner."


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Writer: Not Stated
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Date: May 28 2015 8:00 PM



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