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spill

(spil),
An overflow; a scattering of fluid or finely divided matter.

spill

The unintended release of a fluid from a container or receptacle; hazardous spills include radioactive spills and chemical spills.

spill

(spĭl) [AS. spillan, to squander]
1. To flow out of or release; in medicine, said of a substance that cannot be maintained in the body by one of its organs, esp. the kidneys. In diabetes mellitus, for example, the kidneys spill sugar into the urine. In the nephrotic syndrome, they spill protein.
2. An overflow.

cellular spill

A dissemination of cells through the lymph or the blood resulting in metastasis.

radioactive spill

A release of radioactive materials into the environment.
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It could process 254,000 tonnes annually, which arrived by ship via Spillers' Quay or by rail track along the Quayside.
There are also rows of the distinctive, trademark Spillers T-shirts in a rainbow alliance of colours, an ever-popular addition to the shop's ever-growing merchandise.
"As employees go it's an odd relationship I have with Spillers. It's as well I'm there every 18 months, I'd be bankrupt otherwise!" It looks likely Phill will be back for another shift at the shop when he appears at Cardiff's Coal Exchange on November 4 with comedy outfit The Idiot B*** Band, featuring Ade Edmondson and Neil Innes.
Steve Revett, head of food chemistry testing at Direct Laboratories, said: 'Spillers has been a client of Direct Laboratories for many years.
Mr Allington, aged 66, of Harvington, near Kidderminster, Worcestershire, said: "I rang Spillers and was told I must have been very unlucky.
The Swiss promise that the jobs of Spillers' 3,000 UK workers at sites in London, Wisbech, Barrhead in Scotland, Aintree and Northwich are safe.
"We were very, very fortunate that the part of the building that the firebomb hit was far away from the production area," Herald publisher William Spillers Jr.
Spillers is an imaginative, though sometimes abstruse, essay that demonstrates the validity of Gates' argument.
Henry However, forecasting a resurgent vinyl market before it happened has given Spillers a lifeline and focus in a retail sector which continues to challenge - you only have to look at the news of HMV closures to witness this ongoing state of flux.
The newest addition to the Spillers team, Sarah Baker, 22, from Port Talbot, has been working at the shop since April 2018.
Mrs Ritchie, a way forward please for both of the Spillers' is a necessity.
TIME was it helped feed the nation...now the site of the former Spillers Flour Mill will help power Britain's future.