n.1.That which is spawled, or spit out.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Speaking at an intimate concert in the US last week, Healy showed how even in the midst of the madness of a spawling US and European tour in support of a second album that went No1 on both side of the Atlantic, the band were grounded and deeply affected by this, well, affection.
Hull levelled within a minute as a Mendy shot came back off the post then hit spawling keeper Ross Turnbull on the back and squirted in.
and Sith Lord extraordinaire, Ray Parks (Darth Maul), as well as many others actors who have had a part in George Lucas' spawling space saga.
Jordan Henderson then hadstandin keeper Salvatore Sirigu spawling to push away another long-ranger.
The cheapest was to hose the rock surface prior to drilling or cutting or before spawling and removal.
Detectives are now scouring hours of other CCTV footage from buildings, streets and buses around the spawling Dewsbury area in a desperate bid to trace her.
But with Gomersal going in search of an equaliser, Hirst again looked certain to score for the home side until a desperate Jamie Humpheson tackle sent the College attacker spawling and referee Marcus Thomas had no alternative but to point to the penalty spot.
Crespo, who had replaced Mutu in 62 minutes, went spawling over a challenge by Petri Pasanen in the area but no penalty was forthcoming and he was booked for diving.
The buildings also suffer from rusting metal concrete beams and bath stall panels, broken windows, and spawling plaster and paint.