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They sounded incredible, and Troy Sanders kept making whaley spouty gestures during Blood and Thunder and Hearts Alive.
Lilly, who had never known death, was suddenly face to face with it again, at a time, too, when the incipient beginnings of pandemic that was later to scourge the country was reaping its first harvest; a strange malady carried on the stinking winds of war, shooting up in spouty little flames, that, no sooner laid, found new dry rot to feed upon.
Their spouty exhales punctuated the horizon, otherwise dotted with container ships.
This is the second article this week (that I've bothered reading, there may have been more) that are nothing more than gloriously spouty press releases.
t = muffin: yeah, what kirsty said!! hug off at the next hungry kids show for all the sad spouty haters that ...