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spill

1
Austral the declaring of several political jobs vacant when one higher up becomes so

spill

2
a small peg or rod made of metal

spill

[spil]
(engineering)
The accidental release of some material, such as nuclear material or oil, from a container.
(nucleonics)
The accidental release of radioactive material.

spill, spill light

Light rays, from spotlights and other focused light sources, that are not useful, e.g., producing lighting where it is not wanted on a stage.

spill

References in periodicals archive ?
But they urged police to stay calm, saying, 'We don't have any intention to spill blood.'
One onlooker shouted at Mire: "You ain't no Muslim, bruv", after he declared he was going to "spill blood" for his "Syrian brothers".
Yet in Syria and Iran, despots continue to spill blood, and the Israel-Palestine conflict remains unresolved.
The neo-Nazis desire to spill blood so they might foster hatred must not be allowed to become reality.
The red colour reserved for cardinals represents the challenge the Pope presents them when he bestows the four-cornered hat, or biretta: 'Be ready to spill blood if need be to spread the faith.
You're 29, married with kids, for 10 months of the year you spill blood for your club side, and you're tiring of spending a month of your summer holidays on a Playstation in a hotel room while managers talk tactics you're not involved in.
Hundreds of volunteers are being sought to spill blood for their ancestors.