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throw

1. in the restraint of horses and cows, to cast (2) them.
2. when tying a knot, the action of making a loop and passing it (as if throwing a lariat) around an object, which may be a cow's tail or, more commonly, the suture material which has already been placed to commence a knot.

Patient discussion about throw

Q. my friend recently told me that she throws up from time to time and it helps her balance her weight I told her I think that’s what bulimic girls do, but she insisted that it wasn’t something she can’t control or that comes after eating bursts (which she doesn’t have). It still seems wrong to me, but I would like to hear other’s opinions.

A. bolimic girls try to avoid eating. then they get so frustrated that they eat like crazy and then feel guilty and threw ups. it's a bad condition that needs to and can be treated.

Q. Last week my younger son Frank, was punished in school because of kicking and throwing things at students... This is Donald, Last week my younger son Frank, was punished in school because of kicking and throwing things at teacher and on a few students. I don’t know why he behaved like that. I got tensed when I heard about this. What to do with him?

A. Well I think it depends whether or not this is a constant behaviour by your son, or it was only a one time event that he had an explanation for. If he tends to get angry and use violence a lot, you should take action, and let him know this is not acceptable by any means. Counsling might work best. If this was a one time thing, you should let your son know this should not happen again, and try preventing him from day to day activities such as meeting friends or using the computer if this happens again.

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It's always a shame to throw away a perfectly good box when you could be dining from it instead.
Wrap estimates that 2% of our country's carbon emissions can be traced back to the cost of growing, producing, transporting and storing the food we then throw away at home.
Coun Derek Prodger, the council's cabinet member for the environment, said: "In the UK we throw away a staggering third of the food we buy, most of which could be eaten.
throw away 1 : to get rid of : discard 2 : squander, waste <Don't throw away your money.
However, the trial also highlighted the huge amounts of food householders throw away each week.
MOST Britons throw away damaged household electrical items without any attempt to repair them first.
being a throw away society ("Understanding the Times," July).
We walk in, order, fill up, consume, and throw away our single-serve cups at least once--and often twice--a day without a thought to the consequences.
Losing one child is bad enough; do we have to throw away the other one?
2) If you insist on chowing down in your chambre, throw away the garbage and take dishes to the kitchen as soon as you refinished noshing.
Before taking it out one has to wait for the right moment, when it can be assumed that everything there was to throw away has been thrown away; that is, when, having cleared the table, the last bone or peel or crust has slipped down off the smooth surface of the plates.