Oraciones con la palabra "disgorge"

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  1. Lucent, Mattel, Quaker Oats, and Tyco International are among the companies that have had to disgorge acquisitions at sickening losses.
  2. No doubt Clyntahn’s analysis rested far more on his prejudices and refusal to disgorge his prize than on logic, but he did have a point.
  3. But by my faith if you had not come up I'd have made him disgorge his winnings, and he'd have learned what the range of the steel-yard was.
  4. The files disgorge a selection of letters, some theatre programmes – looks like Bunty is continuing her interest in that respect at any rate.
  5. Ambrosius was just about to get up to disgorge his woes onto the barman, when out of the corner of his eye he caught sight of a dark figure entering the drinking den.

  6. The ultimate destination of the big jet was Bien Hoa Air Base, South Vietnam, where it would disgorge 165 American soldiers most of whom would be in combat within days.
  7. At times, when closely pursued, he will disgorge what are supposed to be the detached arms of the squid; some of them thus exhibited exceeding twenty and thirty feet in length.
  8. Some hawks and owls bolt their prey whole, and after an interval of from twelve to twenty hours, disgorge pellets, which, as I know from experiments made in the Zoological Gardens, include seeds capable of germination.
  9. There is no railway nearer than Sassnitz, and the few steamers that stop there disgorge the tourist who wants to get out into a small boat and steam away leaving him to his fate, which is only a nice one on quite calm days.
  10. Then, sitting on a pitch pine bough, they attempt to swallow in their haste a kernel which is too big for their throats and chokes them; and after great labor they disgorge it, and spend an hour in the endeavor to crack it by repeated blows with their bills.
  11. He was setting foot back on the ground when an armada of low-flying helicopters suddenly jumped over the treetops on the West side, with some of them splitting up from the main group and landing near the West end of the raid and road bridges to disgorge hundreds of American paratroopers.
  12. Makswyl was as fervent an intendant as a man could wish for, and he’d passed every one of Teagmahn’s requests along to his own superiors, which had brought Clyntahn into repeated conflict with his fellow vicars even before Teagmahn was forced to disgorge Kaitswyrth’s reinforcements.
  13. First, just after two heavy gunships will have eliminated the Lae air defenses, all fourteen of my C-142A heavy transport planes will land directly on the Lae airfield forty minutes before dawn and disgorge a full battalion from the 503rd Parachute Infantry Regiment, along with a squadron of M3 STUART light tanks.
  14. Suppose, having years ago got off neatly with the Skeffington swag, she refused to disgorge any of it? Then the second and only remaining string to his bow would come in, and he would appeal to her pity; and if that was no good, seeing that he was of those who can't love if they don't respect, he would have lost her.
  15. But, sir, do these people really believe the property of our citizens will be given up after the second of February, and in consequence of the measure we are now about to adopt? When did that voracious monster ever disgorge the plunder he had once received into his insatiable maw? Of the millions upon millions of which he has, at different times, and under various pretexts, plundered our unsuspecting citizens, where is the instance of a single dollar returning to its rightful owner? No, sir, let it once get within his iron grasp, and it is lost forever.

  1. The town also was rapidly disgorging many of its residents as those, who had earlier been.
  2. A squadron of Warrior ships hovered close to the ground, disgorging scores of Warriors who raced towards the city.
  3. Some hovered inches above the ground, disgorging Warriors and Guardians, each clutching packages, which they carried into the ship.
  4. Morita chose to use a sliding subway car door next to that used by Laplante once the train showed up in the station and stopped, disgorging a crowd of humanity.
  5. Her fears materialized ten minutes later, when four big armored carriers came rolling to the destroyed checkpoint and started disgorging dozens of ISF soldiers.
  6. After disgorging its cargo, the transport ship that had been treated to a wild goose chase by Buddy and Daisy was sent away with instructions to report to New St.
  7. Boats that had lurched down the overflowing rivers rushed to where they could come to ground disgorging people who ran, as for their life, toward anything higher than where they were.
  8. Escrocevitch in his early years, when he used to wander among the Polish fairs, swallowing burning flax for the delectation of the public and disgorging endless yards of ribbon and paper.
  9. The town also was rapidly disgorging many of its residents as those, who had earlier been convinced of the real urgency, trudged steadily toward the multitude now milling around in its impatience to get started.
  10. Less than three seconds after that, the gray Volvo station wagon arrived on the scene and, after embracing quickly the situation, also screeched to a halt, this time ten yards behind the Iranians’ car, disgorging three more Mossad agents.
  11. The helicopters landed nearly simultaneously, the rear line fifty meters behind the first one and with approximately sixty meters between helicopters of the same line, then lowered their rear cargo ramps, disgorging hundreds of Australian soldiers.
  1. The servants’ stairs disgorged them onto a landing.
  2. Then Nicholls rode up and generously disgorged his saddle-bag's.
  3. In a matter of minutes the pipe disgorged its toxic contents into the pristine waters of Wightport bay.
  4. He repeated his warning, and soon the cabin disgorged its occupants—an old woman, two young women and four children.
  5. Ten minutes later a four-wheel-drive charged up, parked beside Farzdbuk‘s car and disgorged two men in jeans and t-shirts.
  6. After completing its journey, the miniature river disgorged its waters over the last ornate waterfall, down through an opening through the transparent floor to a pool below.
  7. As Uncle Peter told her about them, Scarlett felt that Atlanta must be a city of the wounded, for there were general hospitals, just below Five Points disgorged more sick and more wounded.
  8. A minute later the same ambulance Fee had seen in the city arrived and disgorged two more men in white coats who removed a gurney from the back and wheeled it and its occupant up the steps and through the main entrance.
  9. She was nearing the bottom when a minibus pulled in to the side of the road and disgorged a bunch of uniformed schoolchildren, chattering excitedly as they were shepherded down the path to the town by two harassed-looking teachers.
  10. The public security officers guarding the residence of Governor Watts had little warning before six armored air troop carriers of the Terran Internal Security Forces landed around the building and disgorged dozens of heavily armed troopers.
  11. Then my brother's attention was distracted by a bearded, eagle-faced man lugging a small handbag, which split even as my brother's eyes rested on it and disgorged a mass of sovereigns that seemed to break up into separate coins as it struck the ground.
  12. Then immediately spread the lever poles to grasp the captured soil, returned to the initial posture---but now with their hands wide apart instead of together---pivoted on one foot, disgorged the captured soil, pivoted back on the same foot and repeated the process.
  13. MacArthur’s staff car soon stopped in front of them and their planes, with an aide opening the rear door for his commander while the convoy of civilian cars disgorged an army of press photographers and cameramen that ran to form a half circle in front of Jesus and Ingrid.
  1. The blood, of which the circulation is stopt in some of the smaller vessels, easily disgorges itself into the greater, without occasioning any dangerous disorder; but, when it is stopt in any of the greater vessels, convulsions, apoplexy, or death, are the immediate and unavoidable consequences.
  2. When the capital stock of any country is increased to such a degree that it cannot be all employed in supplying the consumption, and supporting the productive labour of that particular country, the surplus part of it naturally disgorges itself into the carrying trade, and is employed in performing the same offices to other countries.

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