regurgitate


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disgorge

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pour or rush back

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feed through the beak by regurgitating previously swallowed food

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repeat after memorization

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Carter's adviser, Gerald Wilkinson, stirred excitement and controversy in 1984 by reporting that bats sometimes regurgitate for nonrelatives.
Regurgitate, I don't think so Peter Reed, in Barry maybe, but just come west
John Prescott admits to ''binge eating'' (no secret that) when he was deputy Prime Minister, he would then regurgitate the remains of several half digested meals because of an ''eating disorder'' - don't make me laugh.
Instead, too many get sucked into the changeups thrown out by the Nielsen nincompoops, misconstrued data that continues to insist that no matter how far a these series go -- four games in the ALCS or seven in the NLCS -- it keeps looking worse percentage-wise when compared to years gone by, and media writers love to regurgitate them as proof that the sport is struggling.
We were spoon fed cold hard facts regarding their lives and deeds, then expected to memorize and regurgitate them on demand.
If you can regurgitate every date around the Civil War .
The new works devour and regurgitate elements familiar from several Stella series: "Exotic Birds," "Shards," "South African Mines," "Cones," and "Pillars.
Instead, Internet partisans tend to collect and regurgitate "facts" from likeminded partisans, contributing to what Sunstein calls "cybercascades" of dubious information.
Having failed to get Bishop-emeritus Remi De Roo to add prestige to their organization, they did the next best thing and used the Vatican intervention to raise publicity, present themselves as hard-done-by victims of a cruel Church, and regurgitate the hackneyed attacks on celibacy which during the last 35 years have been refuted a hundred times over.
Animals will pace, chew their bars, sway back and forth in place, even regurgitate and eat their vomit.
Theories about what made ths snake sick vary; one observer said the reptile may have felt threatened and needed to regurgitate its food in order to make a quick escape if needed.
A COW has a multi-chambered stomach, so it can regurgitate food after swallowing.
He didn't want you to just learn and regurgitate -- he wanted you to know how and why things work," says Peter Powell.
Experts felt greedy Paris was threatening her parents' health as they were forced to regurgitate more and more food for their hungry offspring.