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  • licks — n pl plangent sequences of notes played on the electric guitar, short improvised musical solos. The term was adopted by rock guitarists from earlier jazz musicians who had adapted the colloquial lick , meaning both a stroke or hit and an attempt …   Contemporary slang

  • licks — spon·du·licks; …   English syllables

  • licks — I Cleveland Dialect List a thrashing or beating II North Country (Newcastle) Words a sound beating, a severe chastisement …   English dialects glossary

  • licks — lɪk n. act of drawing the tongue across a surface; blow, hit; burst of energy; speed; small amount; salt lick v. draw tongue across over a surface (to taste, moisten, etc.); pass over lightly; hit, beat (Slang); defeat (Slang); surpass, excel… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • LICKS — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Licks Tour — 2002 2003 Tour by The Rolling Stones Associated album Forty Licks Start date 3 September 2002 …   Wikipedia

  • Licks Tour — 2002 2003 Gira de The Rolling Stones Fecha de inicio 3 de septiembre de 2002 Fecha de final 9 de noviembre de 2003 Etapas 5 Espectáculo(s) 117 …   Wikipedia Español

  • Forty Licks — Forty Licks …   Википедия

  • Juliette and the Licks — Infobox musical artist Name = Juliette and the Licks |200px Img capt = Background = group or band Origin = United States Genre = Alternative rock Indie rock Garage rock revival Years active = 2003 ndash;present Label = Hassle Records The Militia… …   Wikipedia

  • Battle of Blue Licks — The Battle of Blue Licks, fought in Kentucky on August 19, 1782, was one of the last battles of the American Revolutionary War. The battle occurred ten months after Lord Cornwallis s famous surrender at Yorktown, which had effectively ended the… …   Wikipedia


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