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to send forth (confined matter) violently

Synonyms for disgorge

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

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Company is Cooperating in Federal Investigation and Disgorging $2.
s): Provision of the drilling rig and its personnel, Acidification (well cleaning), Airlift unit for disgorging operations.
Although few scientific studies have been carried out regarding "gushing" during the disgorging of sparkling wines, many factors have been implicated in the phenomenon.
LOOKING at some of the readers' letters, the "human experience" of seeing people disgorging their stomach contents on film being shown as art at the Tate must have felt like the final insult to their intelligence when many of them were already dubious about the artistic values of other so-called art exhibits.
As there are some very large planes now disgorging a full complement of passengers, combined with all the charter planes, sometimes it takes more than 10 minutes just queuing to get through the exits (car park rage will escalate).
I whispered the usual unsavory cliches to virtual strangers while dribbling down their necks or, more often, just prior to disgorging on their shoes.
Wouldn't it be good to see full churches and chapels again instead of packed clubs, pubs and discos, disgorging hundreds of unruly teenagers into town centres at night?
The cars pull up to a sprawling Victorian house on Santa Monica's Main Street, disgorging young people who sidle up to tables of assistants, checking for their names against lengthy lists.
Those visions give way to ones of interplanetary war: impossibly enormous weapon-craft hover just above ground, disgorging troops from their maws while the opposing land armies advance like warrior ants.
securities laws, (ii) an order disgorging certain gains allegedly realized by Hollinger, plus prejudgment interest thereon, (iii) a civil monetary penalty, and (iv) the imposition of a voting trust upon the shares of International held, directly or indirectly, by Hollinger.
maintenance of grease traps; - maintenance of septic tanks and all-water pits; - disgorging of networks; - network cleaning operations; - milling of pipes; - television inspection of pipelines; - connection control of sanitation facilities; - maintenance of hydrocarbon separators; - work in confined spaces.
But the article seems to say that freezing the neck for disgorging is not necessary.
As the wine festival was building momentum, the gondola was disgorging groups of day-trippers.
Once the frac is complete and the pressure released, the formation will begin disgorging the fluid, leaving the sand behind to hold open the new pathways, thus increasing the cross-sectional area of flow into the wellbore.
Contract notice: Disgorging, Drainage, Stormwater pumping, Wastewater, Sewage, On the heritage of cte d~azur habitat.