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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of excrete.


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  • Hey Dougie, thank you for confirming my 1st post: "The stupidity that excretes from the mouths of the rightwing underbelly is just astonishing."

    U.S. prepared to push for crippling sanctions, Iran warned

  • The stupidity that excretes from the mouths of the rightwing underbelly is just astonishing

    U.S. prepared to push for crippling sanctions, Iran warned

  • When he stopped whining about that, and noticed that the system he designed has turned into a congealed ball of lard that eats money and excretes red tape, he'd probably be more humble about his contribution.

    What If Government Were More Like an iPod?

  • I clicked on the link to the species, and was soon reading about the newt via iNaturalist's integration with AmphibiaWeb and Wikipedia Wikipedia informed me that the newt excretes a neurotoxin that is "hundreds of times more toxic than cyanide."

    David Kroodsma: Your iPhone: A Crowd-Sourced Field Guide to Save the Planet

  • The whole place excretes wealth (pun intended), from the crisp white “Saudi Oil Prince” attire of half of the men in the airport to the three different elite lounges (that I counted) scattered through the departure area to the fact that a sizeable chunk of the ground floor is bathed in high-end duty free stores from brands like Armani and Versace.

    Squat Toilets in A Faraway Place » Dave Brosha Photography

  • The Researchers seem to believe that creating a synthetic self-propagating life form has an upside, like an organism that excretes biofuel.

    Synthetic Life is people!

  • If the liver is functioning properly, it excretes bilirubin in the bile.

    Glossary of liver transplant terms

  • Convinced that our existential angst will be answered by acquiring more stuff, we have shifted from a material culture that venerates and celebrates human innovation and creativity to one that consumes natural resources and excretes them into landfills in the form of obsolete and discarded products.

    Arthur Rosenfeld: Deeper Lessons of the Debt Crisis

  • Each deer excretes about two pounds of fecal pellets a day.

    Seven Reasons to Stop Baiting Whitetails Now

  • Numerous cases could be given among the lower animals of the same organ performing at the same time wholly distinct functions; thus in the larva of the dragon-fly and in the fish Cobites the alimentary canal respires, digests, and excretes.

    A New Book


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