deer lick

deer lick

n
(Minerals) a naturally or artificially salty area of ground where deer come to lick the salt
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The group has picked up the popular moniker, the Deer Lick Group, presumably in honor of Deer Lick Gap, North Carolina, where author Tom Lorenzin made a particularly successful observation of its members.
Claiming to hail from Deer Lick Holler, Appalachia, the band has played more than 1,000 live dates in 31 different countries since 2001.
If this sounds like too much of a challenge and one that you do not feel like taking on with strength and admiration, then there is another group of galaxies just half a degree further north, known as the Deer Lick Group.
That is why some days you will see deer lick their noses when they are trying hard to smell something.
Heralding from Deer Lick Holler, deep in the heart of the Appalachian mountains, they make the backwoodsmen that did terrible, terrible things to poor Ned Beatty in the movie Deliverance look positively metrosexual.
Barley, from the fictional Deer Lick Holler, Appalachia, added: "They've actually offered us accommodation - I hope they know what they're letting themselves in for
The band comes from the fertile valley of Deer Lick Holler, deep in the heart of Appalachia, Virginia, USA, and play a sound that is "old yet new".
Crossing high in autumn evenings, NGC 7331 in Pegasus is a bright spiral galaxy often referred to with its neighbors as the Deer Lick Group.
DEER-LICKS are places where the deer lick salty water.
Musical numbers: "The Story," "The Curse of John Gray," "Just a Love Song," "When Mary Is Married," "Entre Nous," "Dear, Dear, Deer Lick," "I Miss Hugh," "Ill Fated Love," "Who Woulda Thought It," "My Mary," "Dark Comes a Risin'," "God's World," "Dirty Deeds of Deer Lick," "God's World Reprise," "The Story Reprise.
Legend has it the four-strong Hayseed Dixie-ers were inspired to start finger-picking great rock songs when they discovered some old records in a crashed car near their homestead in Deer Lick Holler, Appalachia.
When I was getting started in CCD imaging, I was afraid to try NGC 7331, the Deer Lick Galaxy in Pegasus.