disgorge


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to send forth (confined matter) violently

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cause or allow (a solid substance) to flow or run out or over

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McCalmont agreed to pay a $120,000 penalty and disgorge $180,000 plus prejudgment interest.
Ramalinga Raju, including his mother, son and brother, to disgorge more than ` 1,800 crore worth of illegal gains made by them.
On each of her four day-long visits this summer, Grand Princess will disgorge 2,600 passengers and 1,100 crew members.
The regulator also seeks to have Cook divest all unexercised stock options and disgorge all gains with interest.
What happens is that they arrive at the caravan park - owned by companies from away and staffed by temporary cleaners and the like who also move here for the summer - and disgorge four badly behaved children and half the contents of their Asda back at home.
GREEN campaigners from next June will be able to launch legal action to force European Union (EU) institutions to disgorge potentially important environmental information.
If the company elected to disgorge all these details in a filing, he adds, "someone must have had to make a judgment call" to do so, weighing the obligation to disclosure against the potential harm to shareholders.
As the disruption took hold, incoming BA flights that had already landed remained on the tarmac, some for several hours--unable to disgorge passengers or their baggage.
20 - largely as a result of the US Government's offer to disgorge some of the federal strategic reserve
Scott Karson, an attorney in Melville, New York, who concentrates his practice on appellate matters, said the decision is not surprising because courts have always had the power to order the recipient of wrong fully paid funds to disgorge them.
The bank had to disgorge any trust assets made in repayment to itself and to first make such funds available to trust fund beneficiaries.
The government sought the $500 million to disgorge profits made by the firm on drug products that were produced over the last three years.
Meanwhile, planes disgorge oblivious tourists to drink and dance--footage juxtaposed with cutting commentary by author Jamaica Kincaid.
On occasion, Michel's physical world gives way entirely to a series of images that arise by association in his mind, as when a visit to his wife's grave brings forth images of her coffin tumbling through the void, turning on its side to disgorge leaves of paper.
Can disgorge verbal gems at the drop of a hat on football.