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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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PRIVY | |COUNSELLOR: The Rev Chris Spittle at St Paul's Church
Both players scored, Spittle getting the crucial opener when he headed his first goal for the club from Rule's free kick 10 minutes before half time.
Emma Spittle with her box of books |and pupil Mya Stringer at The Fairway Primary Academy, in Kings Norton
Ed James, managing director of PR agency Ed James Group, Rob Spittle, managing director - operations of <Bautomotive group Guest, and Ed James Group account executive Matt Reynolds
The salivating superstar was captured on camera projecting a large volume of spittle from the balcony of the Hazelton Hotel in Toronto, while his friends laughed at his high jinks.
Judge Les Spittle was told how the car being driven by Graham with McCarten in the passenger seat was stopped on the A19 as it returned to Teesside on Thursday May 5 last year.
The spittle landed on an officer's face when Kieron Halsall lashed out in the custody area at Huddersfield Police Station, a Huddersfield court heard.
The Spittle family is excited to be opening their first Dickey's in Ventura, California this week.
But Judge Les Spittle branded them bully boys and lifted orders banning their identification - refusing to let them hide under a "cloak of anonymity".
The idea is as vehicles are replaced, they'd be replaced by hybrid vehicles," said Hilary Spittle, an Eaton spokeswoman.
Squash the insect between thumb and finger, and wash the spittle from the plant.
STRATFORD Town have been given a New Year bonus with defender Dennis Pearce and versatile Lucan Spittle staying at the Aspire Midland Alliance club for the rest of the season.