flob


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flob

(flɒb)
vb flobs, flobbing or flobbed
(intr) informal Brit to spit
[C20: probably of imitative origin]
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Yes, I've been studying grammar mainly because we have these four matching corpora, Brown and LOB I've already mentioned, and the later corpora which were developed by Christian Mair and his team at Freiburg University, the so-called FLOB and Frown corpora.
The LOB corpus already has, of course, a modern-day correlative: the FLOB (Freiburg LOB) corpus.
to/ corpora; the FLOB (Freiburg-LOB) and FROWN (Freiburg-Brown) Corpora of early 1990s British and American English, respectively (see http://khnt.