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felch

(fɛltʃ)
vb
to suck semen from the vagina or anus of (a sexual partner)
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Improvement of Felch Street (Gott to Fountain) Road
I was inspired by Virginia Felch, who is well known for taking classic, simple, and timeless children's photos using natural lighting.
At Comic-Con, Turner and Williams tag-teamed a well-honed tale of an early '70s prosecution coming a cropper after an offending comic was apparently purloined from the evidence room by a sleazy cop, leaving a judge to ask in open court, to no avail, "Where's the Felch?"
Pictured here: Tony Felch, Disbursement Committee Greater Lakes Region Children's Auction; Carmen Lorentz, executive director of LRCD; Jaimie Sousa of Foundry Financial Group and vice chair of the Greater Lakes Region Children's Auction Board; and Sandra Marshall, director of Community Relations for LRGHealthcare and board chair of the Greater Lakes Region Children's Auction.
In her discussion of purity, Susan Felch considers several works including Hawthorne's short story "The Birth-Mark." Felch claims that the dichotomy of "drawling] our hearts to act rightly" and the recognition that the body cannot "ever fully act in ethically pure ways" is poignantly explored in Hawthorne's work (80).
Jason Felch, a reporter for the Los Angeles Times, had previously covered smuggling of classical Greek artworks and just published a book on the subject, co-authored with Ralph Frammolino.
We are grateful to past and current technical staff at the Kuhn Laboratory for processing of the blood samples: Julia Li, MS, Natalie Felch, BS, Luisa Fernandez Altuna, PhD, Nadia Ebrahim, BS, Janett Stoehr, MS, Newsha Sahaf, BS, Samantha Reiss, MS, Lisa Welter, MS, and Xiomara Villasenor, BS.
2, 2011), https://www.wsj.com/articles /SB10001424052702303339904576405983959162302 (discussing how reporters uncovered evidence of illicitly obtained antiquities); see also Peter Watson & Cecilia Todeschini, The Medici Conspiracy: The Illicit Journey of Looted Antiquities from Italy's Tomb Raiders to the World's Greatest Museums (2006); see also Sharon Waxman, Loot: The Battle over the Stolen Treasures of the Ancient World (2009); see also Jason Felch & Ralph Frammolino, Chasing Aphrodite: The Hunt for Looted Antiquities at the World's Richest Museum (2011).
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.