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pour

A batch of concrete cast in a single operation.
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For many were the deaths of heroes; wide poured the blood of the brave."
A moment later, without warning, a ragged volley was poured into the ranks of the Waziri.
--Than in gushing tears pour forth all thy grief concerning thy fulness, and concerning the craving of the vine for the vintager and vintage-knife!
It was about six o'clock in the evening, when a vast mob poured into Lincoln's Inn Fields by every avenue, and divided--evidently in pursuance of a previous design--into several parties.
582-596) But when the artichoke flowers (27), and the chirping grass-hopper sits in a tree and pours down his shrill song continually from under his wings in the season of wearisome heat, then goats are plumpest and wine sweetest; women are most wanton, but men are feeblest, because Sirius parches head and knees and the skin is dry through heat.
She steeped a piece of linen in a basin, into which she poured some liquid from a bottle, and laid it with a gentle hand upon the sore.
Fain to accept his promise, and wishing to propitiate him, Mr Wegg looks on as he sighs and pours himself out more tea, and then says, trying to get a sympathetic tone into his voice:
The thunder boomed, the lightning glared, the storm-winds raged, the deluge poured down.
Regiment after regiment pours upon them, but still they stand.
But drink some of this;" and the count took a bottle from his pocket, containing a red liquid, of which he poured a few drops into the glass.
He poured out volumes of speech to match, and contorted his body and sawed the air with his hands in a most extraordinary way.
Another brow may ev'n inherit The venom thou hast poured on me Be still my spirit!