titillator

titillator

(ˈtɪtɪˌleɪtə)
n
someone who titillates
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Monochamus titillator (F., 1775), Apr (1)-Aug (1), TN ecoregion(s): 71, 68, 67, 66 (Suppl.
There are also cross reactions between anti-hypoderma antibodies and antibodies against both Przhevalskiana silenus and Cephalopina titillator (Morsy et al., 1999).
Kairomonal responses of Coleoptera Monochamus titillator (Cerambycidae), Thanasimus dubius (Cleridae) and Temnochila virescens (Trogositidae), to behavioural chemicals of southern pine bark beetles (Coleoptera: Scolytidae).
TOP shelf titillator who turns up for matches dressed as a Soviet border guard.
We have a ten-race card on the near horizon, incorporating a three-race Breeders' Cup titillator, but the most frantic arousal is already in progress, at 9.30 on a cold, grey morning on the backstretch.
xylophilus represents a phoretic fungal-feeding nematode associated with Monochamus titillator and M.
Basal part of titillator and hook-shaped tip dark brown, apical part lighter brown.
Male specimens are needed to examine the titillators and confirm the species identity.
The survey commissioned by titillators at PayPal showed that 15 percent people like to have an alcoholic beverage to oil their decision-making, CNET reported.