Recent Examples of regurgitation from the Web
The combination of snakes, regurgitation and getting eaten alive is a recipe for viral.
After a cleansing regurgitation brought on by my alliteration, B-Lee gave me the greenlight.
But Like a Fading Shadow, with its compulsive regurgitation of facts and its awkward mix of memoir, history, and fiction, has a wayward feel to it, as if the author got lost in the thicket of his own investigation.
GoT has so many characters that giving us the lowdown on everyone all at once would result in expository regurgitation.
Its media empire includes Sputnik, a daily digital regurgitation of conspiracy theories, puff pieces on Russian strongman Vladimir Putin and other pro-Kremlin articles.
Procedures offered by the center include: •MitraClip: A minimally invasive procedure for patients with degenerative mitral regurgitation who are too ill for open-heart surgery.
Thus, in one choleric tweetstorm, Trump managed to undercut the arguments that his order is (1) not a ban, (2) not a milder regurgitation of his first order (which couldn’t survive in court), and (3) not about Muslims.
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