SPEW


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SPEWSociety for the Promotion of Elfish Welfare (Harry Potter books)
SPEWSexy Professional Exotic Wrestling
SPEWSocialist Party of England and Wales
SPEWSmall Projectile Emitter Weapon (video game weapon)
SPEWSpeaking Potter Every Week (Harry Potter podcast)
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Prey age or size estimations were limited to walleye pollock and Gb-Bm because sufficient numbers of otoliths or beaks of other primary fish and cephalopod prey species were not recovered from scat and spew samples, or because regressions for the species were unavailable.
They allowed the fire hydrant to spew out more and more water until it spewed out mud.
This spew has become the most powerful since the beginning of 2012.
According to Casey Lisse of the Deep Impact team, copper was chosen because its density put a lot of mass into a small package, its relative softness reduced bounce at impact, and its large atomic number and density contrast with those of elements that were expected to spew from the comet at impact (see p.
Mayon is still hoisted over the region as the active volcano continued to spew lava and ash columns over various towns in Albay province.
It's not just cars and factories that spew air-polluting gases, A recent report says that dairy farms, and the cows that live there, may be the main source of air pollution in California's San Joaquin Valley,
This accretion process creates and sustains disks and narrow jets, whereas mergers destroy disks and spew only diffuse jets, if any, comments Barbara Whitney of the Space Telescope Science Institute in Boulder, Colo.
The lava, which could be seen moving down the mountain's side just after 4am local time, continued to spew until around 5.30am, according to local news reports.
Like in a shop, gorge they Like unsupervised kids in a sweet shop, they gorge themselves on everything they can lay their hands on until, fit to burst with their gluttony, they spew over the rest of us.
Etna's 3,295-meter (10,810-foot) peak regularly awakens to spew lava and ash in eruptions that can last for days at a time.
Summary: Smoke has begun to spew from Mount Etna, as the Italian volcano erupted for the fourth time in 2012.
Many rotating stars, including the sun, spew X rays when magnetic fields rooted at their surface twist and snap.