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- noun A disease: same as
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- noun (Med.), Local, U.S. Thrush.
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- noun medicine, US, dialect
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He pissed and moaned when peeps voiced negative opinions about Baby Bush yet he has the audacity to sprew his negative ness about the currant President
It's easier to sprew out hate than speak with sustance and knowledge, people deserve better and they will demand better.
To the GODLESS people who call themselves AMERICANS and sprew so much HATE and evil towards the president of the united states ..
What is wrong with the Obmus supporters/Why are they so full of hate and sprew terrible messages.
This regime attacked and imprisoned a British Navy patrol in the Gulf in 2007, censored the BBC, arrested British Embassy staff, and denounced Britain as Iran's 'No 1 public enemy' -YET the British Labour government has not moved to close down London HQ of Ahmadinejad's 'PRESSTV' which is allowed to sprew out anti-British, anti-Western lies 24/7 on the Sky satellite!
But they seem to sprew venom towards Mr. Obama based on his pastor.
HAMAS has now a Propaganda Machine in place as Evil and Efficient using people who are controlled by the Forces of Darkness to sprew out Lies in the form of gross misrepresentations of the truth, twisted facts and staged distortions
Fortunately, at 82 she won't be around much longer to sprew her venom.
You cannot has a fellow senator and govenor aid in the distortion of your fellow candidate and sprew negativity and venom, have supporters of yours yell threats and do not have the gall to denounce and reprudiate this hatred.
He was a poster who refused to let the leftists loons on this site sprew their socialist crap and not be challenged.