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spittle

1. the fluid secreted in the mouth; saliva or spit
2. the frothy substance secreted on plants by the larvae of certain froghoppers
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I think he's just a lighthearted person doing what he wants ALISON SPITTLE yesterday
A JUDGE branded a man who bit, kicked and spat blood and spittle into the faces of police officers, "disgusting" and "disgraceful" before jailing him.
ALISON SPITTLE: WORRIER PRINCESS Balcony, Gilded Balloon, until Aug 27 A HOUSEHOLD name in Ireland, this is Alison's third Fringe show.
Nomads boss Andy Morrison has signed Jonny Spittle on a full-time deal after the centre-back turned down a contract offer to stay at league rivals Aberystwyth Town.
The six-part series written by and starring Alison Spittle, right, might best be described as having the Marmite factor - you'll either love it or hate it.
Meanwhile, previous leaders Llandudno lost 3-2 to Aberystwyth Town thanks to a late Jonny Spittle strike.
But Jonny Spittle's equaliser nine minutes from time spoiled the party - but Barry were adamant the ball had not crossed the line.
The Rev Chris Spittle, of St Paul's Church in Skelmersdale, is spearheading a toilet twinning revolution which has helped to fund 50 toilets in developing countries, including Burundi, Afghanistan, India and Nepal.
Earlier this year the Birmingham Mail's Born and Read campaign met Emma Spittle, 21, who first took up volunteering to boost her job prospects and has since secured a place on a PGCE in primary education.
Rob Spittle, managing director - operations for Guest added: "Guest is a thriving family business that operates in both the commercial vehicle and consumer motors sectors.
In his new role, he will be primarily responsible for all programming and talent and will report to Gavin Spittle, Vice President of News/Talk/Sports for CBS Radio Dallas-Fort Worth.