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spit

(spĭt) [AS. spittan]
1. Saliva.
2. To expectorate spittle.
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A whopping 87 per cent of KT readers, who voted in our online poll (by 5pm), said they supported the Dh1,000 fine for spitting paan.
The Maharashtra Health Safety and Spitting Prohibition Act, 2015 envisages social punishment for offenders.
If a player says, 'I was spitting on the ground' and they say, 'no you weren't', what do they do?
You can reduce spitting up by: burping your baby after every 1 to 2 ounces or 5 to 10 minutes of feeding; holding your baby upright for several minutes after feeding; and by putting the baby in a car seat or swing for 30 minutes after feeding, Dlugopolski-Gach suggested.
Videos of fish faces and the streams they were spitting revealed complex mouth motions.
Make no mistake, spitting is an unpleasant, dirty habit.
First she confronted her mother Ann, 74, shouting abuse at her and then spitting in her face three times, the court heard.
Spitting seems to be Bieber's answer to all acrimonious confrontations.
A campaign to ban spitting in public is gaining support in Burma.
Peter Coates, managing director of National Express West Midlands, said: "Incidents of spitting on our vehicles are few and far between but they are unacceptable to us.
The new initiative against spitting has been launched in the interests of bus, train and tram users, through the Safer Travel Partnership, a collaboration between West Midlands and British Transport Police, transport authority, Centro, and National Express.
You would think it would be a simple matter to legislate against it, but there's very little that is simple about the relationship between spitting and the law.