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spit

(spĭt) [AS. spittan]
1. Saliva.
2. To expectorate spittle.
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SPITTers generally find e-mail addresses of SIP users from web pages or public places.
Construction of this amazing BB spitter is molded ABS throughout, including the sturdy, folding buttstock.
Champion seed spitters of the future should spread the word.
At least Celtic have taken action against the two spitters. They were lucky the TV evidence was good enough to flush them out.
"There's a lot more latitude, as far as what features we can build," says Ed Spitters, vice president of Hollandia Pools & Spas in London, Ontario, Canada.
I'm surprised though that she didn't slam the broadcasters for giving the spitters the high profile they enjoy.
The torrential tropical downpours are animated through quirky spitters. Every opportunity is exploited and elaborated into that Arts and Crafts idea, the Gesamtkunstwerk, the complete work of art.
"I was sitting there on my night-shift copy desk seat, watching the committees doing everything, and quite a lot of it wrong, and it just struck me that there ought be a clique for crusty old floor spitters," said Stough, of the digital weekly.
The eventual result is dinosaur rampage, complete with a Tyrannosaurus rex, acid spitters and others that hunt in packs with only one intent: to kill.
And so without much fanfare, when the courthouse underwent a modernization program in 1938 and the decision was reached to paint the red brick building white, the objectors to sitters and spitters got in their licks.
In 2017, we saw spitters like Kendrick Lamar, Jay Z and Eminem release their LPs that stirred a lot of discussions and left other rappers in shambles.