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barf

(bahrf)
Colloquial, to vomit; vomitus.
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Taking to Twitter, Gandhi said, "The PM's latest Demonetisation barf is, "Shell Firms".
Other remedies for clown barf include swatching and any activity that helps you master color theory or develop your personal color style.
Developed by Australian veterinarian lan Billinghurst, the BARF diet is based on feeding raw, meaty bones, animal offal, raw vegetables and supplements instead of commercially-processed or cooked homemade diets.
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And, by the way, while you're making that fourth banked turn, where's the barf bag, just in case?
"I Barf, Therefore I Am: A Sensitive Comedy Writer's Relationship with Cancer" is the story of comedy writer Jerry Perisho's battle with prostate cancer.
FE ELLID dweud bod sgrifennu colofn fel llywio canw i lawr afon, fel y gwnaeth y Barf a'r Brawd yng Nghyfraith ar yr Afon Gwy dydd Sadwrn.
Rob Clements and Terry Akiens, both from Hillmorton, in Rugby, are preparing to set-off on a two-week mercy mission to Bosnia, with the Balkan Aid Relief Foundation (BARF).
If they don't barf, they're sent off to eat some more then rolled around again.
Mundkur will have responsibility for Barf's global generics business, including strategic planning, research and development, regulatory affairs, operations, quality, and sales and marketing.
If for no other reason than the fact he's inflicted upon us both his singing and, in his latest reincarnation as a game show host, Show Me the Money, Shatner owes it to humankind to grab a barf bag and suit up.
Go ahead, put aside that barf bag, cease the heavy drinking, and face your dissertation or thesis defense committee with confidence knowing your work is in the proper order, has every element it should, and says what it is supposed to say.