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felch

(fɛltʃ)
vb
to suck semen from the vagina or anus of (a sexual partner)
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Vitz and Felch (2006) in The Self: Beyond the Postmodern Crisis discussed the philosophical underpinnings of the self and variations of the concept through the centuries.
Of the 70,000 stolen heritage objects, a mere 200 are immediately recoverable thanks to the efforts of an international community that supports the IPP which includes Singapore-based art-blogger Vijay Kumar and Jason Felch, award winning reporter and author of Chasing Aphrodite and several others.
When Alpheus Felch left the state to assume a seat in the the U.
This evidence came from Martin Chulov, "How an Arrest in Iraq Revealed Isis's $2bn Jihadist Network," The Guardian, June 15, 2014; on issues pertaining to this $36M claim, see Sam Hardy, "German Media Corroborates $36M Islamic State Antiquities Trafficking," Hyperallergic, November 28, 2014; for the source of the "second highest" and "second most common" claims, see Justine Drennan, "The Black-Market Battleground," Foreign Policy, October 17, 2014; for issues related to Danti's claim of "second highest," see Jason Felch, "Danti's Inference: The Known Unknowns of ISIS and Antiquities Looting," Chasing Aphrodite, November 18, 2014; Sam Hardy, "Tax and Spend: LaissezFaire Islamic State Capitalism for the Illicit Antiquities Trade?
A origem desses recursos aparece mais frequentemente referida na bibliografia (Hess 2003: 197-8; Mcleave 2003: 127; Gerstenblith 2008: 300; Felch e Frammolino 2011: 18; Waxman 2010: 189; Smith e Plantzos 2012: 591) como proveniente da venda de uma colecao de 9000 moedas do Met (11.
McCloskey, 1983; McCloskey, Washburn, & Felch, 1983; DiSessa, 1982) where people had to make judgments concerning the expected outcome of versions of the Newton's cradle given a static depiction of its initial conditions (but see Kaiser, Proffitt, & Anderson, 1985, and Kaiser, Proffitt, Whelan, & Hecht, 1992, on the effects of presenting dynamic information on intuitive physics judgments).
Felch, 'The Rhetoric of Biblical Authority: John Knox and the Question of Women', The Sixteenth Century Journal 26 (199;), 805-22 (p.
Felch, who wrote on the back page that she and Alice had taught together in Gage, Oklahoma, in 1921 and 1922.