Sput


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(spŭt)
n.1.(Steam Boiler) An annular reënforce, to strengthen a place where a hole is made.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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There's no vibration at all and just the most feeble "sput" when the rifle fires, making this a true backyard airgun for even the dense suburbs of today.
DROVER Sput on a fighting display that threatened to produce a shock result.
(44) "Si git uns ouch vor hunger sat / eres liben kindes vleisch ezzen / vor den dorst hat si uns gemezzen / eris kindes minniclichez blut / daz uns git riches trostes sput" (Brun yon Schonebeck, Das Hohe Lied, ed.
The SPUT is designed to allow more vehicles to travel through this major interchange on widened on-ramps and off-ramps.
FIRE crew sput out a small fire at the Museum of British Road Transport, in Hale Street, Coventry city centre, at about 10.30am today.
GONCHOR & SPUT ARCHITECTS & PLANNERS P.C., A KARLSBERGER COMPANY 192 Lexington Avenue New York, NY 10016 (212) 685-2883 FAX: (212) 779-9592 Contact: Jack Gonchor, Executive Vice President
Q: I sometimes think that you have almost a political sput personality.
All we did was sput in our mass merchandising techniques," Trottier says.
Asser t ions about keeping the pound or staying in the EU are fine as bravado but they are d i sput ed by e ver y independent observer and even by some in the Nationalists' own ranks.