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spit

(spĭt) [AS. spittan]
1. Saliva.
2. To expectorate spittle.
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The spit aimed at 90 degrees from Carragher's car landed directly on the victim's car which suggests that neither car was in motion.
Evans celebrates 100 years of swimming at The Spit, SydneyAEs small amateur swim cub, which grew to have an enormous impact, not just within the social and cultural community of the lower north shore of Sydney, but also internationally.
My mother walked ahead of us with my younger brother, and so she arrived at one of the ends of the spit before the rest of us.
The spit kits feature swabs, gloves and hermetically-sealed bags.
The ban is being proposed by politicians who say many public buildings and public property have been damaged by the spit.
Westhoff said this keeps the target of the spit relatively constant in size and roughly equal to the dimensions of a human head.
And, you still have to manage all the SPIT copies (can you say, headache with a capital H?).
Ribeiro of NIH have identified a component of the spit that's particularly effective as a vaccine in mice.