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bawl

(bawl)
To cry uncontrollably.
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With the quick-adjust feature, you can change from bleats to fawn bawls with additional settings in between (M.
But his comments immediately came under fire MacAskill told a conference at Tulliallan Police College: "If you behave in an ignorant loutish manner, shout, bawl, breach the peace, assault someone, commit domestic violence, don't use alcohol as an excuse.
So, if you fancy seeing Off The Bawl starring Tam Cowan and Stuart Cosgrove at the Theatre Royal on Wednesday, March 19 (how's that for cheek?
WE wave our Saltires and bawl out Flower of Scotland at Hampden and Murrayfield, yet only four per cent of Scots scored full marks in an exclusive Sunday Mail survey on the nation's history.
TEXT BAWL THEN YOUR COMMENT OR MESSAGE TO EMAIL: itsurbawl@dailyrecord.
HORGAN'S HEROICS: Winner Shane' WHOLE NEW BAWL GAME: Peter Stringer with young fan Sean at Dublin Airport yesterday' WELCOMING PARTY: Ronan O'Gara signs autographs while coach Eddie O'Sullivan and skipper Brian O'Driscoll hold trophy.
and yesterday Tommy Sheridan showed he's really on the bawl.
I wonder just how good the golf stars would be if the crowd was allowed to shout and bawl as they were about to tee off.
WATCH IT: McLeish knows time is running out for him; BAWL BOYS: Fans protest outside Ibrox on Saturday
Nitro is his big bluetick hound, and somewhere, Dillow figured, he was hard on a coon and about to bawl a blue streak.
IT'S a far cry from the sumo ring but these Japanese wrestlers are having a bawl helping tots in a bizarre contest.