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spewing

The formation of a film, or the collection of particles, on a paint surface; results from the migration, to the surface, of the insoluble portion of the paint binder.
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Prey age or size estimations were limited to walleye pollock and Gb-Bm because sufficient numbers of otoliths or beaks of other primary fish and cephalopod prey species were not recovered from scat and spew samples, or because regressions for the species were unavailable.
VOLATILE: Ubinas in Peru spews out toxic fumes yesterday' UDDER MADNESS: Masked calf in Peru's Moquegua region
When a cow burps, it spews these gases into the air, where they react with sunlight and other compounds to produce a brownish haze called smog.
As most of this material careens inward, some of it also spews outward in a pair of jets.
The new plant is a lot more efficient, although it will still spew 180 tons of nitrous oxide into our air every year.
Many rotating stars, including the sun, spew X rays when magnetic fields rooted at their surface twist and snap.
The sun'S heat causes the comet to spew gas and dust that form its trademark tail.
When a JetHawk homers, a pair of space shuttles on the left field fence spew sparks - once almost searing a visiting outfielder who was chasing the outward-bound ball.
2] that humans pump into the air: Tailpipes and power plants spew 22 billion tons of C[O.
The real story here is that volcanic vents spew ash about every 200 to 700 years, Hill said.
About 60 eruptions occur each year, several of which spew ash clouds up to altitudes where they threaten aircraft, says Ed Miller, a retired airline pilot now at the Air Line Pilots Association in Herndon, Va.
According to Mori, eruptions usually spew lava or debris - not both.