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- No H8 on license plates: What they cannot say
- Body parts of varied sizes, qualities and euphemisms also are rejected. As are the mechanics and stages of human reproduction, such as a "ZYGOTE," an "EMBRYO" and their eventual gestational home, the "WOMB.
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- Where what are some of the euphemisms. Everything you from has gotten hurt well I left it at that's that pie I did. Ever did that .....
- Pablo the Panda is again Plump, but not according to him
- But it publicize the ball is your your primary obligation to get yourself ready to start a baseball season. Mean isn't that it's. ...
- Here's What 10 Experts Think of the Government's New Diet Advice
- But the not-so-good news is that the Guidelines switch to nutrients—saturated fat, sugars, and sodium—as euphemisms for the foods that contain them.
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