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barf

(bahrf)
Colloquial, to vomit; vomitus.
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If you too worry about clown barf, remember that Love of Knitting is here to help.
The aim of BARF is to maximize the health, longevity and reproductive capacity of dogs and by so doing, minimize the need for veterinary intervention.
You authorize Barf Bag Week to charge your credit card $9.
Ar ol breuddwydio am fod yn gapten ar ganw, sioc i mi yw gweld wyneb y Barf - yn syfrdan a dweud y gwir
Look at your moment in the spotlight as a wonderful, well-earned honor, not a reason to barf.
NEW YORK -- Although Candy Ear Wax, Lightening Bugs and Big Barf do not sound like things that would delight the taste buds, they are all the rage among children who love to play with their food.
The only thing you really have to worry about is cat barf.
4 pet project The so-called BARF raw food diet (Biologically Appropriate Raw Food or Bones and Raw Food) aims to provide dogs and cats with a diet similar to what they ate in the wild.
You can see that one at the Bijou Barf, er, Art Cinemas.
And the 32-year-old star was picked for a BARF - the Best Artistic Regurgitation on Film - for his role in the classic Trainspotting when he disappears down a toilet.
The second-largest player was Barf World with Bayer AG in third place.
Inspector Dave Barf, of North Yorkshire Police's Roads Policing Group, said: "So far no witnesses have come forward and we are unable to confirm the time of this tragic collision.