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The Americans were coming back at a lick.
Australia began at a lick with 44 from five overs, 19 of them in the fourth by which time it was as good as over.
The wind whistles through at a lick.
Once when he and a party of other men were making salt at a lick, they were surprised and carried off by the Indians.
In came the belligerent David Warner (with the bat, that is) to slug with Chris Rogers and they went at a lick.
When the men did the pushing, it came towards you at a lick and you had to give as you caught it, and this was Mary's worry.
On the plus side, its sportiness means that it's perfect for pulling away at a lick from traffic lights and nipping hither and yon where congestion allows.
Whenever I hear Handel's Water Music or the Theme from Rosamunde on the radio I always think "My God, they're taking that at a lick".
David Brown, 56, is accused of shooting at a Licking County Health Department truck multiple times Wednesday afternoon, The Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch reported.
The conductor Douglas Boyd takes it all at a lick - there's plenty of gusto coming from the pit, but the episodes of solemn rumination and ritual are short-changed.
This meant that they shot an arrow about a hundred paces away and then, when the prisoner had reached it, he set off at a lick and the fastest braves got to hunting him.
Once out of their cars, the men were put through endless tests to check on their sprinting, their recovery rates, their ability to get from foul A to handball B at a lick.
For many reasons - selflessness, peacemaking, batting at a lick and making it look enjoyable, wicket- keeping with the same gusto in the first and 101st overs - Matt Prior is England's Test player of 2012.
In addition to tons of white-lipped peccary pictures, there were shots of MQ-3 group members coming down to the lick on two different days, and even a few of them walking on the ground across the middle of the mud flat — something spiders rarely do unless at a lick!
QUESTION: But, I mean, how can that be worse than what has happened in Syria over the years, where Bashar Asad's father killed 25,000 people at a lick?