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a mass of bubbles in or on the surface of a liquid

to form or cause to form foam

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foam or froth on the sea

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make froth or foam and become bubbly

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Schorch's next thematic category, "JHWH," contains biblical passages in which circumlocutions are used to express potentially objectionable references to "spuming the Lord" and "his word." Thus, the MT and LXX of 2 Sam 12:14 record the prophet Nathan reprimanding David: "you have spumed the enemies of Yahweh," though 4Q[Sam.sup.a] has "you have spurned the word of Yahweh." How this category differs substantially from that of Schorch's "Transzendenz Gottes" group is unclear.
Women are spumed by lovers, sexually indentured (as in the case of the farm wife in Merlinda Bobis's "Shoes" and the "comfort women" of World War II in Elynia S.
The spumed party sued for breach of promise and was awarded 2,000 [pounds sterling] in compensation.
The Bedouin threatened to kill him, insulted him, often spumed his company and sometimes beat him, but he found among them a chivalry that chimed with his own unbending temperament.
The Court spumed special prosecutor Kenneth Starr's claim that Vincent Foster's attorney-client privacy ended with his suicide, but other prosecutors had every reason to celebrate: The Court allowed illegally seized evidence into parole hearings, handed prosecutors new power to charge with perjury convicted defendants who maintain their innocence and made it almost impossible to sue police for injuring or killing bystanders in a high-speed chase.
The Belgians ignored the manifesto; the Tutsi spumed it.
Some employees were not invited to join Papert or Sawyer and others spumed overtures.
Odofredus at Bologna serves as a case study of one who desired to benefit financially from his legal studies; jurists and legists were not philosophi who spumed lucre but rather could be men who made profitable loans to their students.
The most satisfying moment occurs when Woland and company, aided by Elijah, who constitutes the spumed topic of Marmeladov's academic research, cause the famous university tower to sink into the Southern swamp, where it is devoured by alligators.
It left France without close allies: the Italians were resentful, eventually hostile; the British, contemptuous; and the U.S.S.R., spumed and mistrustful.
Ford, the Democratic chairman of the House committee on education and labor, said that the administration had spumed his overtures after the infamous 1991 Hamlet chicken-processing plant fire.