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spit

(spĭt) [AS. spittan]
1. Saliva.
2. To expectorate spittle.
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FAVOURITE: Roger Law, right, and Peter Fluck with their Spitting Image Margaret Thatcher puppet.
The new show will see more than 70 puppets voiced by impressionists Jon Culshaw and Debra Stephenson - just like its predecessor Spitting Image, which ran from 1984 to 1996.
Impressionist Jon Culshaw is joining the new show co-produced by Citrus TElevision run by Giles Pilbrow, who also worked on the original Spitting Image which ran from 1984 to 1996.
During his time on Spitting Image, Jon Culshaw provided the voice for more than 40 characters.
David Steel's reputation took a near-fatal hit when Spitting Image offered him as a sinister-looking David Owen's glove puppet.
The exhibition features George Cruikshank's oil painting The Worship of Bacchus, a Spitting Image puppet of Baroness Thatcher, as well as drawings of Viz characters Sid the Sexist, various other characters, and seaside postcards.
The puppets were created for ITV1's Best Ever Spitting Image, a celebration of the long-running satirical show.
Despite his joint foundership of Spitting Image Productions Roger seems none too sorry to see them go.
THEY made dummies of politicians and stars in the 80s, now Spitting Image puppets are back to poke merciless fun at today's celebs As the general election battle hots up, David Cameron, Ed Miliband, Boris Johnson, Nigel Farage and Nick Clegg will all be targets of the new series, called Newzoids.
WITH her short brown locks and doll like features, Audrey Hepburn's granddaughter is the spitting image of the legendary actress.
1986 Spitting Image - The Chicken Song THIS novelty hit was written by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor, and the music was written by Philip Pope, who also produced the song.
When Spitting Image was launched on TV screens 30 years ago it inspired a new generation of political satirists.