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  • noun Plural form of regurgitation.

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Examples

  • According to Hassett, Hasselbeck's new book, "The G-Free Diet: A Gluten-Free Survival Guide," borrows heavily from her work including, "Dozens of paraphrased as well as word-for-word regurgitations of phrases and scrupulously researched factual data entries."

    PlagiarismToday

  • According to Hassett, Hasselbeck's new book, "The G-Free Diet: A Gluten-Free Survival Guide," borrows heavily from her work including, "Dozens of paraphrased as well as word-for-word regurgitations of phrases and scrupulously researched factual data entries."

    PlagiarismToday

  • The point is you disgust me and all other decent human beings with your pitiful brainwashed regurgitations that we have seen and debunked a hundred times already.

    Think Progress » Even Though Bush Used False WMD Claims To Justify Iraq War, Rove Claims They Dealt With ‘Reality’

  • Linda Blair's rotations and regurgitations were a lot more fun than this movie's pseudo-theological lucubrations on the subject of skepticism, faith and the never-ending battle against evil.

    Hopkins Can't Right 'Rite'

  • His declamations of Hollywood and the New York Times feel like regurgitations from just about every other hard-line conservative crank.

    Rabid Reads: "Secular Sabotage" by Bill Donohue

  • You can trash the likes of Robert Heinlein or Philip K. Dick or Isaac Asimov (and you'd find plenty of ammunition), but their stuff has endured because they wrote what they knew, not regurgitations of somebody else's story, and what they knew was interesting.

    EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Paula R. Stiles

  • His declamations of Hollywood and the New York Times feel like regurgitations from just about every other hard-line conservative crank.

    Archive 2010-04-01

  • Unfortunately, the vast bulk of Stone's pages are devoted to third-hand regurgitations of happenings far from his experience or expertise.

    The Atlantic and Its Enemies by Norman Stone

  • Mencken continued such rewrites and regurgitations for an additional four "Prejudices."

    Ephemera in Full

  • The only thing you will find there are regurgitations of Israeli spin, which are themselves only regurgitations of the kind of spin that American militarists have put on their own depredations — for centuries now.

    The Spineless Huffington Post Gives ‘Equal Time’ « Antiwar.com Blog

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