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  • n. Plural form of spitter.


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  • It was a small room, with a stove in the middle, set in a long shallow box of sand, for the benefit of the "spitters," a bar across one end -- a mere counter with a sliding glass-case behind it containing a few bottles having ambitious labels, and a wash-sink in one corner.

    The Gilded Age A tale of today

  • First predicts that this tasting will be slightly more subdued and sophisticated than the one later Saturday evening, joking that Riot 1 is for "spitters" (people who go to wine expos to taste and judge the wine, spitting each sample out so they can try unlimited samples without passing out) and Riot 2 is for "swallowers" (people who go to have a good time).


  • When these spam twitterers, or 'spitters', inevitably use the accounts, it could be solely to unleash spam, or they could try and infect users by sending messages that link to malware. "

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  • Monday, May 4 2009 those exploiting T as a viral marketing tools, be it for direct profit (i.e. spitters drawing traffic to e-commerce sites) those using T as a branding & comm tool to increase brand awareness …

    Twitter’s Tipping Point

  • Most servicemen would have given the spitters a mouthful of bloody Chiclets instead of turning the other cheek like Christ.

    Mark Engler: Spitting in the Faces of U.S. Troops

  • The Fire and Ice winter patio had its grand opening Friday, January 14 with flame spitters, ice sculptures, and more.

    PHOTOS: Fire And Ice Bar Opens In Chicago

  • If you're adrift in the rap wastelands wondering where the true spitters are, you probably aren't rocking any Joell Ortiz in your earbuds or car.

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  • As a result of worshiping the players, the youth of America may turn out a few golden gloves and home run kings, but they certainly all will be champion spitters.

    Judge H. Lee Sarokin: Typical World Series Inning: 1 Run, 2 Hits, 0 Errors, 42 Spits

  • Towards the end of one potluck a few years ago a group of fire-spitters imported from the Venice Boardwalk literally stopped traffic in front of Swihart's house.

    John Seed: Jon Swihart: Jean-Leon Gerome Is His Master

  • So you give them the whole buffet: curves, sliders, fastballs, spitters, inshoots, and then a forkball at the head in the interest of batter humility.

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