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to cause (a liquid) to flow in a steady stream

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pour out

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flow or spill forth

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give out or emit (also metaphorically)

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When we found LabTech and realized we could do so much more, we were able to tailor a much more comprehensive service offering around it," effused Eric Gould, onsite service specialist for Savage Systems in Putnam, CT.
The federal government in the '60s and '70s effused vast amounts of money to service this dream, putting men on the moon and sending out oodles of interplanetary probes.
Over pasta and red wine, these academics effused about Broadview's work.
In a recent phone interview, she effused about Selya.
a steadfast and loyal friend who effused a spirit of optimism and happiness .
Simon effused, ``I like Bob, I like his music, I've known him for a long time .
Now, this was the same reasoning that I effused last time around with the 46 level, so the less adventurous readers may want to take this with a grain of salt.
This is one of the proudest moments of my entire career; it's the ultimate award and a reflection of the great work from everybody in the company, right up to the chairman," he effused.
The practical use of CAACW will help us solve two important environmental problems: on the one hand--to recover the industrial waste, on the other--to prevent ground pollution by effused oil products.
His quest, in the form of this thematic paper to identify 'invisibles' in context of employment and manpower information, is effused because of the absence of reliable and adequate information in the areas of employment and manpower--an important factor which had, so far, been responsible in our country for poor analysis of employment and manpower situation and resultantly the absence of sound strategies and policies to influence the labour market with a view to balancing the present and future supply and demand of manpower.
When asked about what he sees on the horizon for the company, Crawford effused, "The future is looking very bright for Basic Solutions.
When completed, this mall will rival the likes of Dubai Mall for sheer size," he effused.
It was effused with prawns and served with a tangy lemon and dill mayonnaise, plus three little slices of toasted bread.
But several parents effused further over the security and support for parenting they feel at Nyland.
the trees glowing against the jet background" he effused in his Travels in Alaska.