splatch

splatch

(splætʃ)
n
a large splash or splatter
vb (tr)
to mark or stain by splashing
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Saturday's event was organised by production group Splatch and Penarth Circus, in association with Night State.
The ga ouC wi anised up Splatch Circus, in ith Night event was organised by production group and Penarth association with State.
Set in a giant stockaded village, it has knockabout shows, some hairy roller coasters and five water rides including the Grand Splatch, in which you are water-bombed by giggling Gauls hiding in woods on the riverbank.
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Seen under the microscope, nothing less than the Bible itself appeared "like a great splatch of London dirt" (A1-A2).
The Splatch planar antenna from Antenna Factor is available in standard or custom frequencies from 300 MHz to 900 MHz to meet worldwide frequency allocations.