spill

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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

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"I literally spilt blood for England and I fully expect the same level of commitment from my players here at Griffin Park."
"The nurturing of her breast turns into spilt blood." When her exhibition at the Art Cafe finishes on February 10, Kathleen hopes to take it around schools to help promote the road safety message and to demonstrate how deaths affect families.
They don't see spilt blood They don't see blown limbs
But he did order up tissues from security guards when he realised she had spilt blood trying to keep him amused.
Still, whether descanting on the glories of spilt blood, the sacrificial necessity of sin, or the irresistible allure of open spaces, these imagined sectarians may indeed represent a yearning for spiritual succor that continues to haunt the land.