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- noun Plural form of
- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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A computer search of the expression spits out a virtual ocean of bad puns and dopey wordplay.
Please Shut Up 2008
The compiler then goes ahead and compiles the expression, and for valid expression spits out the list of namespace/assembly pairs used in the expression.
MSDN Blogs cathyk 2010
He wears his cap backwards and spits rhymes with fierce energy and unbridled theatrics.
The author just tried to increase the page count by describing a lizard, the paan 'spits'.
Your cat mews and sometimes growls or "spits," and often purrs, especially when you tickle her ears.
Nero, the Circus Lion His Many Adventures Richard Barnum
'fact' that the truth is a means toward freedom; then I think that that's more than a worthwhile thing to hold on to than the virulent propaganda, and mis - and disinformation, that either side of the political coin spits out.
Dandelion Salad dandelionsalad 2010
Model Victoria Vanucci says she "spits" at the idea of being on a reality TV show with the ex-partner of lover Christian Fabbiani.
Football news, match reports and fixtures | guardian.co.uk David Hills 2010
When a rapper rhymes and "spits" on a track, its like their tagging a wall … that simple … To the outside lookin in, its defacement of property, but to us …
HipHopDX.com > 2009
every line, the program 'spits' out the digit '4.'
DaniWeb IT Discussion Community tedsu 2010
Don't vacuum it, because when you vacuum, it just kind of spits the mercury vapor back into the air and kind of makes it airborne into your house, "said Whipple.
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