Oraciones con la palabra "spout"

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2. A spout of flame consumed Morg.
3. Mag’s full and nothing up the spout.
4. I love listening to you spout, he said.
5. It was most piteous, that last expiring spout.
6. At once a great spout of green and blue flame.
7. Mag’s full, and there’s one up the spout.

8. He was under the spout that released molten iron.
9. He was amazed as he heard himself spout the details.
10. My hypothesis is this: that the spout is nothing but mist.
11. There was a drain spout two windows over and I headed for it.
12. She slid an espresso cup under the spout and watched it fill.
13. Nothing delights me more than children who spout philosophy.
14. They only have liars who spout optimism, and hope… cynically.
15. Pete squirting oil from a big can with a long spout on all the.
16. A giggle started to spout from her throat—and she was dancing.
17. The corn meal comes out this spout in front where it can be bagged.
18. Indeed, his spout is so small that it is not very readily discernible.
19. I was drunk so I had the tendency to spout truths and love nonsense.
20. Your mouth probably drives them away the moment you spout your nonsense.
21. And what does any self-respecting fisherman shout when he sees a spout?
22. An enormous spout with brown sticky stuff oozing out of it on to the floor.
23. Someone placed a spout in my mouth between breaths and dribbled in hot liquid.
24. I opened my mouth to roar and spout flames but was greeted with a bray instead.
25. Wherefore, among whalemen, the spout is deemed poisonous; they try to evade it.
26. All of it was absorbed, and Joey’s armed blew off it a spout of blood and blue.
27. What better way to achieve this than spout the righteousness of collective gains?
28. The boat shot over the mist, heading for the place where the spout had last been seen.
29. The broken spout is a brisk reminder of the transitoriness of coffee-pots and of life.
30. Then a spout of water arced from his mouth, smooth and clear as if from a watering can.
31. I climbed back up the drain spout with an eagerness to prove just how much I had changed.
32. Experienced whalers can tell different whale species by the size and shape of their spout.
33. Aye, men, he'll rise once more,—but only to spout his last! D'ye feel brave men, brave?
34. Plus, the preachers in town spout off every Sunday that hell is eternal, there's no escape.
35. The wisest thing the investigator can do then, it seems to me, is to let this deadly spout alone.
36. He sat there while the first little spout of water came over the reef bringing the returning tide.
37. But the Sperm Whale's food is far beneath the surface, and there he cannot spout even if he would.
38. At last his spout grew thick, and with a frightful roll and vomit, he turned upon his back a corpse.
39. She took a sip, then put the spout of the cup away and looked at him with her dark, wondering eyes.
40. Nor is it at all prudent for the hunter to be over curious touching the precise nature of the whale spout.
41. And as for this whale spout, you might almost stand in it, and yet be undecided as to what it is precisely.
42. The jet of water burst through the low-lying coastal clouds just as the Dangler reached the top of the spout.
43. At the back of the cabin was a big basin of gray sea rock, with a spout like the head of a fish carved in stone.
44. The two men informed him that they were part of the Islam Liberation Army and began to spout out a series of demands.
45. We were away from it now though and freedom beckoned as the fingers of my right hand seized a hold of the drain spout.
46. A wisp of steam escaped from the spout of the teapot and seemed to linger around the ornate lid before finally dissipating.
47. Nevertheless, the Fin-Back's spout is so similar to the Sperm Whale's, that by unskilful fishermen it is often mistaken for it.
48. They were supposed to direct rainwater away from rooftop gutters by way of a water spout, so it looked like the statue was spitting.
49. After I rinsed off the soap, I kept my hands under the spout, though I could have stood there all night rinsing away the oozing blood.
50. I cringe when people spout wanting to win at something like table tennis, which they might play once a year, shows they are competitive.
51. You say, and really you say it in a kind of agony, that the broken spout, you are sure, is symbolic of much that is invisible in my life.
52. I see you have turned into a pipe—a spout through which all the complaints of the prison are poured, said the advocate, with a smile.
53. They were all brainwashed into the insane slavery of worshipping the Protestant work ethic, by the lie that all upwardly mobile societies spout.
54. He was A Destructive lying liar who lied on his couch and did nothing but wallow in his wealth and corruption and spout cunning destructive lies.
55. Our sanctification of the disabilities of human cripples allows him to spout all kinds of non-scientific gibberish and be publicly hailed for it.
56. Meanwhile it doesn't hurt coffee to be poured out of a broken spout, and it doesn't hurt us to drink it after it has passed through this humiliation.
57. Once, a spout of water and steam rose upwards from the front of one of the creatures, and he would have gasped in wonder if Johan hadn’t stopped him.
58. The hits were painful, but her adrenaline kept her moving until she found a whisky bottle and used the spout as a handle coming back to Acid to strike.
59. They spout their gobbledy-gook endlessly and expect the consumer to swallow it, because the consumer assumes that they know what they are talking about.
60. But just as Captain Nemo and his chief officer rushed at it, the animal shot off a spout of blackish liquid, secreted by a pouch located in its abdomen.
61. A few more poets spout their nonsense and dreams and hopes and fears and concerns and none of it really seems to matter at all and no 1 seems to see this.
62. The whale was now going head out, and sending his spout before him in a continual tormented jet; while his one poor fin beat his side in an agony of fright.
63. This is nothing more than trivia, but people pride themselves on their skill at coming up with the answer (whatever leads Alex not to spout, No, that’s incorrect.
64. He issued from the Gate, the waters rose in fierce whistling steam, and up he soared blazing into the air and settled on the mountain-top in a spout of green and scarlet flame.
65. A great spout of blood deluged the sward as the severed member fell, twitching horribly, but even as the sword bit through, the other malformed hand locked in Conan's black mane.
66. But at last, some three points off the weather bow, Ahab descried the spout again, and instantly from the three mast-heads three shrieks went up as if the tongues of fire had voiced it.
67. And I know one, who coming into still closer contact with the spout, whether with some scientific object in view, or otherwise, I cannot say, the skin peeled off from his cheek and arm.
68. The wall of clouds closed behind them, and, in front of them, at the center of a golden-paved plaza, was a round fountain spraying water into the blue sky from the spout of a golden whale.
69. There is nothing worse than the armchair warriors who spout and mumble about how wonderful the war is, these vacuous idiots who have no kids over there, who make comments with nothing at stake.
70. On the kitchen table were a few cracked cups and saucers, a broken knife, some lead teaspoons, a part of a loaf, a small basin containing some dripping and a brown earthenware teapot with a broken spout.
71. All they do is spout more platitudes about democracy, and utter more hypocritical notions, and beliefs, and statements: which are nothing but sugarcoated lies and evasions, and deflections from the truth.
72. The explosion sent a spout of flames and debris high into the air above the island, and as chunks of rock splashed into the sea all around them, Conal realised how lucky they were that none of them had been hit.
73. Maybe it wasn’t Atlantis at all, but the lone volcano spout lifting above the tall forests of the island seemed to testify to the fact that this was the remnant of the landmass that had been Atlantis at one time.
74. As when by unseen hands the water is gradually drawn off from some mighty fountain, and with half-stifled melancholy gurglings the spray-column lowers and lowers to the ground—so the last long dying spout of the whale.
75. The boiling water has not yet settled back into a calmer state of simple hotness and the water jumps from the spout and misses the cup, spilling white hot blisters of water across the counter top and down the cupboard doors.
76. These men who grouped themselves under different appellations, but who may all be designated by the generic title of socialists, endeavored to pierce that rock and to cause it to spout forth the living waters of human felicity.
77. Regardless of the lip service environmentalists spout, waste is a part of every-day life on so many levels and in so many ways, it is so normalized and taken for granted; that it is not even an issue except on documentary films.
78. But why pester one with all this reasoning on the subject? Speak out! You have seen him spout; then declare what the spout is; can you not tell water from air? My dear sir, in this world it is not so easy to settle these plain things.
79. Moreover you observe that the whale has no external nose; and that what nose he has—his spout hole—is on the top of his head; you observe that his eyes and ears are at the sides of his head, nearly one third of his entire length from the front.
80. In spite of all these endless attempts to poison the religious ideas of this movement… many of his core truths and messages are still given lip-service to, and still spouted… however hypocritically, and however unaware that what they spout is actually true.
81. This orchid has part of its labellum or lower lip hollowed out into a great bucket, into which drops of almost pure water continually fall from two secreting horns which stand above it; and when the bucket is half-full, the water overflows by a spout on one side.
82. His spout was short, slow, and laborious; coming forth with a choking sort of gush, and spending itself in torn shreds, followed by strange subterranean commotions in him, which seemed to have egress at his other buried extremity, causing the waters behind him to upbubble.
83. But the question returns whether this gas-pipe is also a water-pipe; in other words, whether the spout of the Sperm Whale is the mere vapour of the exhaled breath, or whether that exhaled breath is mixed with water taken in at the mouth, and discharged through the spiracle.
84. The central body of it is hidden in the snowy sparkling mist enveloping it; and how can you certainly tell whether any water falls from it, when, always, when you are close enough to a whale to get a close view of his spout, he is in a prodigious commotion, the water cascading all around him.
85. Now at last we see the full use of every part of the flower, of the water-secreting horns of the bucket half-full of water, which prevents the bees from flying away, and forces them to crawl out through the spout, and rub against the properly placed viscid pollen-masses and the viscid stigma.
86. It was not long after the sinking of the body that a cry was heard from the Pequod's mast-heads, announcing that the Jungfrau was again lowering her boats; though the only spout in sight was that of a Fin-Back, belonging to the species of uncapturable whales, because of its incredible power of swimming.
87. The prow of the boat is partially unbroken, and is drawn just balancing upon the monster's spine; and standing in that prow, for that one single incomputable flash of time, you behold an oarsman, half shrouded by the incensed boiling spout of the whale, and in the act of leaping, as if from a precipice.
88. To this aggregation of the Sperm Whale into such immense caravans, may be imputed the circumstance that even in the best cruising grounds, you may now sometimes sail for weeks and months together, without being greeted by a single spout; and then be suddenly saluted by what sometimes seems thousands on thousands.
89. Even after two world Wars, the creation of the atomic bomb, and the creation of the modern consumer culture of meaninglessness… history books still spout the bullshit line that Western Civilization has prevailed over all other human civilizations: because it was more rational, more sane, more civilized, more advanced.
90. At the well known, methodic intervals, the whale's glittering spout was regularly announced from the manned mast-heads; and when he would be reported as just gone down, Ahab would take the time, and then pacing the deck, binnacle-watch in hand, so soon as the last second of the allotted hour expired, his voice was heard.
91. Remember in like Flynn get the guns put out of commission and get out no hanging around, right is everyone ready? We all acknowledged that we were and then we made a final check of our weapons making sure we had a round up the spout and that our bayonets were attached properly and would not fall off at an embarrassing moment.
92. The pump, till the day before and ever since I have known it, a bleakly impressive object silhouetted in all its lankness and gauntness against a background of sky and mountain, was grown grotesque, bulky, almost playful, its top and long iron handle heaped with an incredible pile of snow, its spout hung about with a beard of icicles.
93. This, especially in wet weather, was attended with some disadvantages; for the pavement, close to the houses, was not well laid, and there being then no ronns to the houses, at every other place, particularly where the nepus-gables were towards the streets, the rain came gushing in a spout, like as if the windows of heaven were opened.
94. This is the reason these undead shit things have sanctified these politically correct phrases and have living people whom they secretly control spout this rigmarole, these mantras, these lies, these myths as if they are actually true over and over until they become religiously held beliefs which are never questioned, examined or challenged.
95. There he stood, however, solitary and suggestive, in the middle of the sunny green, a crumpled waiter in regard to shirt-front, and not a waiter, I should say, of more than bi-weekly washings; but his eye was persuasive, steam came out of the spout of his coffee-pot, and out of his mouth as I walked towards him issued appropriate words about the weather.
96. Cruger saw crowds of large humble-bees visiting the gigantic flowers of this orchid, not in order to suck nectar, but to gnaw off the ridges within the chamber above the bucket; in doing this they frequently pushed each other into the bucket, and their wings being thus wetted they could not fly away, but were compelled to crawl out through the passage formed by the spout or overflow.
97. Nor with the immemorial superstition of their race, and in accordance with the preternaturalness, as it seemed, which in many things invested the Pequod, were there wanting some of the seamen who swore that whenever and wherever descried; at however remote times, or in however far apart latitudes and longitudes, that unnearable spout was cast by one self-same whale; and that whale, Moby Dick.
98. Hitler was the first human being to propose this idea: This fact has been glossed over as not important… while all the other assholes who came later: all the hypocrites who spout Hitler’s original ideal solution but don’t mean what they say are extolled as humanitarians while Hitler is tarred as a monster: Exposes how full of shit and how one-sided and prejudiced the Jewish media is against this one man.
99. At length as the craft was cast to one side, and ran ranging along with the White Whale's flank, he seemed strangely oblivious of its advance—as the whale sometimes will—and Ahab was fairly within the smoky mountain mist, which, thrown off from the whale's spout, curled round his great, Monadnock hump; he was even thus close to him; when, with body arched back, and both arms lengthwise high-lifted to the poise, he darted his fierce iron, and his far fiercer curse into the hated whale.
100. And if at such times you should think that you really perceived drops of moisture in the spout, how do you know that they are not merely condensed from its vapour; or how do you know that they are not those identical drops superficially lodged in the spout-hole fissure, which is countersunk into the summit of the whale's head? For even when tranquilly swimming through the mid-day sea in a calm, with his elevated hump sun-dried as a dromedary's in the desert; even then, the whale always carries a small basin of water on his head, as under a blazing sun you will sometimes see a cavity in a rock filled up with rain.
1. He’d be spouting Latin next.
2. White plunged in, spouting legalese.
3. Spouting your nonsense at every festival.
4. Cut out the damaged section of spouting by.
5. If putting up steel spouting the brackets are.
6. Take a small section of this spouting down to.
7. Cut out the spouting into 5-yard (5 M) sections.
8. I raised the wand and started spouting off commands.
9. The arm in Caroline’s hand was spouting flesh too.
10. Spouting anything about marriage is a big no-no too.
11. Ma was spouting orders before they were well stopped.
12. I was dying from laughter, tears spouting from my eyes.
13. Hope shook her head in disgust, tears spouting from her eyes.
14. Edgar came back into the office already spouting instructions.
15. Spouting untold billions of dollars out into Space for over fifty years.
16. I lay upon my face and peered over with the spray spouting up all around me.
17. Was he a puppet, spouting someone else's words? The Elder Council's, maybe?
18. She bent over to cough, blood spouting from her mouth and perspiration flowing.
19. Rachel pressed the knife against the man’s throat and he started spouting names.
20. I continued spouting at the nurse, Can you rock out head spins like that?
21. With you spouting off like that?! You were supposed to just jot a couple of notes!.
22. Bob drops to the floor blood spouting everywhere, he's dead before he hits the ground.
23. He fell, spouting Blood like any Fountain; whereupon my Spectators jump’d back in Awe.
24. Devon started spouting, Ohhh okay! Okay! You are a chicken! That’s what’s up!.
25. Frank was trying to be an actor too, he was trying to be a porn star and he was spouting the.
26. Listening to them forever, listening to the fucked-in-the-head crap that they have been spouting.
27. Spouting memorized lines so that people actually had the impression that he could think on his feet.
28. With an agonizing groan she threw herself about until she could fasten her lips about the wildly spouting cock.
29. A violent erection of the hanged sends gouts of sperm spouting through his deathclothes on to the cobblestones.
30. Or his literary force, compressed all these months, was spouting out my fingertips as if I had twisted the faucets.
31. Rather than spouting obscenities, of which I don’t approve, since they show immaturity, do what these comics did.
32. Here and there, a giant crag stuck out, spouting a long cascade of water down to a stream foaming its way to the river.
33. This would be more like a crackpot, spouting really wild theories of God and the universe and claiming great revelations.
34. But it was only a lip-service, a token, a spouting of blandishments and platitudes that were not practiced in everyday life.
35. Onn roared and stepped into one of the men’s chest like a plastic bottle, sending blood spouting from almost all his orifices.
36. Terrific convulsions shook the earth; the nights were lurid with spouting volcanoes that fringed the dark horizons with red pillars.
37. The three of us stood over the artillery for a while, spouting theories as to whom it was who shot us down, yet it was all conjecture.
38. Even if they gained access to a broadcast medium, who would ever believe what he had to say? Just some fantasist spouting techno jargon.
39. So it is true that you can sell your soul to the devil? That nonsense my father is always spouting off about, it’s real? Allison asked.
40. Detroit had spun around and grabbed hold of Oak's hair, whilst his other huge fist ploughed into his face, spouting blood from his nose and mouth.
41. A number of whales were sighted as the Carpathia was clearing the last of the ice, one large one being close by, and all were spouting like geysers.
42. We’re being dragged, willingly, to our nemesis, by multi-national companies spouting the pernicious philosophy of free markets and expanding economies.
43. Acid took that moment when Cassidy was spouting off her superiority, to grab the lamp cord and pull on it tight, Now Cassidy and Acid were in a tug of war.
44. Eileen Cauldron’s testimony couldn’t be faulted, not faulted until Rudolph peered closely into the face of the man before him who was spouting the lies.
45. Immediately the hammer touched the cheek; the next instant the lower jaw of the mate was stove in his head; he fell on the hatch spouting blood like a whale.
46. Until this blunt fact is publicized and admitted: science will keep on spouting its silly moralistic myth of all other species being engaged in the battle for survival.
47. Then he threw up his head, jaws wide and spouting blood, and glared up at the crag with such concentrated and intelligent fury that Valeria trembled and drew her sword.
48. The European and Asian markets were up over 1%, and though he tried to understand the numbers they were spouting off, he couldn’t decipher exactly why the markets were up.
49. It is certain that the mouth indirectly communicates with the spouting canal; but it cannot be proved that this is for the purpose of discharging water through the spiracle.
50. But lazily undulating in the trough of the sea, and ever and anon tranquilly spouting his vapoury jet, the whale looked like a portly burgher smoking his pipe of a warm afternoon.
51. The kids at school tormented me for spouting the Christian convictions my father had drilled into me (my brothers wisely kept their mouths shut), but when I sang, they admired me.
52. Walter had no clear consciousness of what he was doing until suddenly the red mist cleared from his sight and he found himself kneeling on the body of the prostrate Dan whose nose--oh, horror!--was spouting blood.
53. They all parrot Professor Jefferson’s remarks, spouting his theories about how a machine that can’t write a sonnet or compose a concerto because of emotions actually felt can’t be said to have true human intellect.
54. And then he tried to cover up his mistakes and errors by spouting more rationalized lies and every time Cyrus asked his opinion about something: he gave the most cunning evil rationalized poisonous lie he could think of….
55. The road topped a low hill, and there was a great widespread whitewashed building in front of us, spouting fire at every chink and window, while in the garden in front three fire-engines were vainly striving to keep the flames under.
56. Well, now, how many times have you heard how inhuman machines are, in your life? How many bright fine people have you heard spouting the same tired truths which are in reality lies; all machines destroy, all machines are cold, thoughtless, awful.
57. What was curious to him as he paced around his study dictating memos and writing emails, was that there had been no voices whatsoever, no hint of his condition returning or static from any electrical items placed around him which usually preceded the cruel spouting of hatred.
58. Every pore inside the boys' cheeks became a spouting fountain; they could scarcely bail out the cellars under their tongues fast enough to prevent an inundation; little overflowings down their throats occurred in spite of all they could do, and sudden retchings followed every time.
59. Now, the spouting canal of the Sperm Whale, chiefly intended as it is for the conveyance of air, and for several feet laid along, horizontally, just beneath the upper surface of his head, and a little to one side; this curious canal is very much like a gas-pipe laid down in a city on one side of a street.
60. Soon the water rushes out of the scupper-holes like a whale spouting, the vessel gives a last groan, spins round and round, and disappears, forming a vast whirlpool in the ocean, and then all is over, so that in five minutes nothing but the eye of God can see the vessel where she lies at the bottom of the sea.
61. The three-legged dog, the blacksmith shop spouting flames and sparks (something she couldn’t believe the fire marshal would allow), the three story-buildings and thatched roofed cottages, well, those were all things she hadn’t noticed before when she’d been preoccupied with Kyle and his supposed prom invite.
62. There is a popular notion that if technology explodes fast enough, if people have so much machine-tool wealth: eventually even the billions of poor will somehow benefit from this trickle-down effect of excess… this is nothing more than the lip-service myth of charity, which all the rich and affluent keep spouting.
63. At the instant of the dart an ulcerous jet shot from this cruel wound, and goaded by it into more than sufferable anguish, the whale now spouting thick blood, with swift fury blindly darted at the craft, bespattering them and their glorying crews all over with showers of gore, capsizing Flask's boat and marring the bows.
64. Furthermore, as his windpipe solely opens into the tube of his spouting canal, and as that long canal—like the grand Erie Canal—is furnished with a sort of locks (that open and shut) for the downward retention of air or the upward exclusion of water, therefore the whale has no voice; unless you insult him by saying, that when he so strangely rumbles, he talks through his nose.
65. That for six thousand years—and no one knows how many millions of ages before—the great whales should have been spouting all over the sea, and sprinkling and mistifying the gardens of the deep, as with so many sprinkling or mistifying pots; and that for some centuries back, thousands of hunters should have been close by the fountain of the whale, watching these sprinklings and spoutings—that all this should be, and yet, that down to this blessed minute (fifteen and a quarter minutes past one o'clock P.
66. Of spouting fountains, frozen as they rose,.
1. And spouted it with lyric fire—.
2. It spouted green and scarlet flames.
3. Steam spouted and the beast fell off.
4. The veterans spouted all of their worldly advice.
5. Hey, that fish just wished at me, I spouted.
6. The arm that spouted started to crawl across the floor.
7. But soon, her arm healed and spouted a tiny twig like arm.
8. A great flash of hot yellow flame spouted from his throat.
9. The names of one hundred toys spouted out in just under two minutes.
10. Ribs and shoulder- bone parted and blood spouted from the great gash.
11. I've always said, Eke spouted in between gasps of pain, If I.
12. The clear fresh water spouted into the basin and chased itself into the sink drain.
13. And then the tall trees began, and the cars spouted steam and labored up the slopes.
14. It spouted a plume of black smoke that was torn off and absorbed in the wind and rain.
15. In the middle of the garden a little marble whale spouted its steady stream into a pool.
16. Diana spouted her empty words pleadingly and pathetically… but with no conviction and no passion.
17. It is a united front of code-words and terms worse than the meaningless pap spouted by politicians.
18. It couldn’t be, it couldn’t be! Strangled hysterical laughter spouted as she rose grinning with glee.
19. Red embers spouted up from the white heat, settling in graceful arcs, and pale gray smoke drifted up against a black sky.
20. You’re not allowed to have wants and needs of a physical nature with anyone but Marcus! Desiree’ spouted pure nonsense.
21. Another thing; I have heard it said, and I do not much doubt it, that if the jet is fairly spouted into your eyes, it will blind you.
22. I was nervous and should have called for a lawyer, instead I spouted the first stupid thing I could think of and it bit me in the ass.
23. Yes, it is true that there was a dragon, which, from the depths of its cave, spouted flame through his maw and set the heavens on fire.
24. There’s seven women to every man, spouted the number-one hound dog (my brother Mike), one day, after suffering another boring weekend.
25. Seen in advance of all the other indications, the puffs of vapour they spouted, seemed their forerunning couriers and detached flying outriders.
26. He sprang at the foremost man (it was the chief of the Yeehats), ripping the throat wide open till the rent jugular spouted a fountain of blood.
27. It’s a useless talent for the most part, but sometimes it turns out to be the perfect response, especially to the kind of bunk that Flask spouted.
28. The ax fell in a devastating arch, and the Aquilonian cried out and went to his knees, grasping the severed stump of his right arm from which blood spouted.
29. The press and the public humored her and ignored everything she spouted: because they knew she was filthy rich, and did not have one moral leg to stand on.
30. But this catch-phrase has been spouted so often that nobody even bothers to check the actual facts and the details of each espoused advantage of technology and tool-use.
31. He might discuss her with Ava, but he was still forbidden to speak of her and even if he could, he couldn't use any of the nonsense Yellelle spouted in the upcoming discussion.
32. Usually it was a mixed-up jumble of both sets of platitudes being spouted to rationalize, justify, and explain literally everything they did: including their reason for being alive.
33. If that happened, the core would have turned into a molten hot mass, huge amounts of radioactive steam would have spouted out into the area and disaster spread over Harrisburg and for miles around.
34. But when they were close, three masked guns spouted flame; they fired only at one spot, and when they had done, the rudder of the Spanish ship hung in splinters and she floundered about in no control.
35. The rich were horrified to find out that the lower classes actually believed the guff that had been spouted during the Revolutionary war and they were acting on it and organizing themselves against them.
36. At first he wouldn't have anything to do with Sebastian; spouted all the official jargon about the rebirth of his country, and his belonging to his country, and finding self-realization in the life of the race.
37. It was an unfortunate remark, for the dragon spouted terrific flames after him, and fast though he sped up the slope, he had not gone nearly far enough to be comfortable before the ghastly head of Smaug was thrust against the opening behind.
38. At least this is the official line spouted in defense of keeping a Royal Family whenever the English public want to get rid themselves of their filthy rich Royal family completely and their countless holdings of rich estates and investments.
39. Quick and efficient, she spouted relevant statistics, citing the change in population and work force through various stages of the town’s economic downturn as the furniture manufacturing industry, and all the peripheral manufacturing that went with it, moved elsewhere.
40. What is the difference between the fucking stinking hypocrisy that Ancient Rome spouted and sold to its masses, and the modern Media bullshit that is being sold to Western viewers by all the western powers? What is the difference between what Ancient Rome did and what Bush is doing right now? None.
41. As if struck by some enchanter's wand, the sleepy ship and every sleeper in it all at once started into wakefulness; and more than a score of voices from all parts of the vessel, simultaneously with the three notes from aloft, shouted forth the accustomed cry, as the great fish slowly and regularly spouted the sparkling brine into the air.
42. I grin at thee, thou grinning whale! Who ever helped Stubb, or kept Stubb awake, but Stubb's own unwinking eye? And now poor Stubb goes to bed upon a mattrass that is all too soft; would it were stuffed with brushwood! I grin at thee, thou grinning whale! Look ye, sun, moon, and stars! I call ye assassins of as good a fellow as ever spouted up his ghost.
43. Does this by any chance ring a bell today? Does any Christian today actually follow these 2,000 year-old teachings and lessons of jesus? Or are these parables spouted millions of times with no effect? Are these teachings listened to with empty minds, empty heads, empty souls, and then ignored and laughed at? There are historical reasons why Christianity is what it is today.
44. For hardly have we mortals by long toilings extracted from this world's vast bulk its small but valuable sperm; and then, with weary patience, cleansed ourselves from its defilements, and learned to live here in clean tabernacles of the soul; hardly is this done, when—THERE SHE BLOWS!—the ghost is spouted up, and away we sail to fight some other world, and go through young life's old routine again.
45. No one was home when Sebastian arrived, so he showered, did his homework, made a bite to eat, did a casual circuit of the garden, surreptitiously working out where a camera must have been to take the photos of him and Guapo beside the pool, noticed from the corner of an eye a sprinkler on edge of the flowerbed that seemed larger than the others, felt the soil nearby, nodded his head as if making a decision, turned on the sprinklers and wandered back, noting with satisfaction that no water spouted from the one he‘d suspected.
46. Why is that? Why do you expect that this destructive irresponsibility to your own health can be easily ignored, and you can do anything you want, eat anything you want, live anyway you want… and only after the consequences of what you ate, and how you lived, and what you did catch up with you: this idiotic Myth called a healthcare system is supposed to somehow mechanically fix whatever you have been doing wrong all your life? Using only expensive drugs, chemicals and mechanical repairs? Is it because you are too lazy? Or is it because do not have enough time to deal with your own health? Or is it because you actually believed all the guff spouted about medicine, and the special powers of Doctors? Is it because you have taken the level of your own health for granted all your life?
1. She ripped spouts of.
2. Figures of Water Spouts, 173.
3. They sent the water in spouts out of their pails.
4. Instead of sparkling water, he now spouts red blood.
5. He never spouts anything about your future together.
6. It may never have occurred to you that a porpoise spouts.
7. Can you see through the horse shit that your government spouts?
8. How they contort rapid as lightning, with spasms and spouts of blood!.
9. One day she saw spouts, lowered her boats, and gave chase to a shoal of sperm whales.
10. Tall spouts were seen to leeward; and two boats, Stubb's and Flask's, were detached in pursuit.
11. This powerful animal is audible from far away when it sends up towering spouts of air and steam that resemble swirls of smoke.
12. It towered thirty feet in the sky, with great gargoyle spouts every hundred yards which would drop tiny streams down into yard reservoirs.
13. You say--in effect, though your words are choicer--that if you had your way my life would be set about with no spouts that were not whole.
14. That evening Captain Nemo was forced to open the spigots of his air tanks and shoot a few spouts of fresh oxygen through the Nautilus's interior.
15. And this is what ye have shipped for, men! to chase that white whale on both sides of land, and over all sides of earth, till he spouts black blood and rolls fin out.
16. That’s what it was remembered for in your own history books: the Gargouille, as it was named, a bit like gargoyle, the name of carved statues that have water spouts.
17. In fact, an introspective child may have a better understanding (or comprehension) of words than a child who simply sight reads, or spouts off multiplication tables by rote memory.
18. This real baddie (other bad guys being good-guys-only-gone-a-little-bad), a crafty small-change artist, has a li’l gadget under his cruddy bum garb that spouts lighter fluid on demand.
19. His firm lips met like the lips of a vice; the Delta of his forehead's veins swelled like overladen brooks; in his very sleep, his ringing cry ran through the vaulted hull, "Stern all! the White Whale spouts thick blood!".
20. Water spouts were in their speech, and mooing cows that lived in the sea and suckled their calves like land cows; and ghost ships sailing endlessly about the ocean looking for a lost port, their gear worked by seamen who were bleached skeletons.
21. Seen from the Pequod's deck, then, as she would rise on a high hill of the sea, this host of vapoury spouts, individually curling up into the air, and beheld through a blending atmosphere of bluish haze, showed like the thousand cheerful chimneys of some dense metropolis, descried of a balmy autumnal morning, by some horseman on a height.
22. But no sooner did the herd, by some presumed wonderful instinct of the Sperm Whale, become notified of the three keels that were after them,—though as yet a mile in their rear,—than they rallied again, and forming in close ranks and battalions, so that their spouts all looked like flashing lines of stacked bayonets, moved on with redoubled velocity.
23. So when they were working that evening at the pumps, there was on this head no small gamesomeness slily going on among them, as they stood with their feet continually overflowed by the rippling clear water; clear as any mountain spring, gentlemen—that bubbling from the pumps ran across the deck, and poured itself out in steady spouts at the lee scupper-holes.
24. It has been said that the whale only breathes through his spout-hole; if it could truthfully be added that his spouts are mixed with water, then I opine we should be furnished with the reason why his sense of smell seems obliterated in him; for the only thing about him that at all answers to his nose is that identical spout-hole; and being so clogged with two elements, it could not be expected to have the power of smelling.
25. One old Sag-Harbor whaleman's chief reason for questioning the Hebrew story was this:—He had one of those quaint old-fashioned Bibles, embellished with curious, unscientific plates; one of which represented Jonah's whale with two spouts in his head—a peculiarity only true with respect to a species of the Leviathan (the Right Whale, and the varieties of that order), concerning which the fishermen have this saying, "A penny roll would choke him"; his swallow is so very small.

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