Dump trucks disgorge piles of wet gravel.
Big cities disgorge their citizens and suck in foreign tourists.
The SEC is seeking to impose a civil penalty on him, and disgorge him of any "allegedly ill-gotten gains", with interest.
He waited outside the Party headquarters and watched the cars drive up and disgorge rich and important men, who hurried in to see the candidate.
This would disgorge swimming robots, which Stone Aerospace is developing, into Europa’s ocean.
The end result may well be a hybrid system of delivery trucks that arrive in a neighbourhood and disgorge flying and wheeled drones.
Some day soon, cruise ships will disgorge frolicking pensioners not by the palm-fringed Persian Gulf but on the balmy Pakistan Riviera.
In the middle distance, blades swooshed clockwise in a thicket of white wind turbines, as trucks arrived to disgorge their loads at the 24-hour cotton gin.
Locals, who are either unemployed or poorly paid, have seen trucks turn up at refugees' houses and disgorge free carpets, furniture and other household necessities.
But these fears, he argued, provide excellent reasons for Israel to disgorge Palestinian territory, not to hold on to it, waiting for ever-worse conflict to develop.
Israeli coaches disgorge hundreds of passengers in Manger Square in the morning; after a quick tour, a souvenir stop, and perhaps a quick lunch, they return to Jerusalem.
One PR pro said creditors typically take a "shotgun blast" approach, asking hundreds if not thousands of vendors, which can include PR firms, to disgorge, or give up, their fees.
Although taxi boats disgorge tourists from Dubrovnik every half-hour - you can be drinking a beer in Dubrovnik's main square and be here in 20 minutes - no-one may spend a night here.
After years of carting around wads of dog-eared dollars to exchange for even larger wads of ancient, crumbling kyat, the local currency, immaculate new machines now disgorge crisp new banknotes.
An army of volunteers in padded jackets and bobble hats wave through free buses from the city’s poorest suburbs, while discounted taxis disgorge their passengers, some with walking frames and sticks.
Their best-known feeding habit involves piracy, in which they harry other sea birds until they disgorge their prey, after which the frigate birds catch the food in the air or pick it from the surface.
Too many recent documentaries feel like push-button filmmaking, where filmmakers push the buttons on their cameras and also those on the participants, who seem to disgorge their reflections and experiences on cue.
I have outlined six final postings from the last several hundred pages that I will disgorge over the next couple of weeks—about electronic health-care records, education policy, transparency, and a few other subjects.
In a 2011 settlement with the SEC submitted for approval to the federal court in lower Manhattan, the bank agreed to disgorge $160m in profits, $30m in interest and pay a civil penalty of $95m “without admitting or denying the allegations of the complaint.”
That is the device that organizes and rationalizes the critics’ various suggestions that breaching promisors should disgorge any gains produced by their breaches to their promisees in restitution or pay punitive damages on account of the betrayals that their breaches involve.
- cause or allow (a solid substance) to flow or run out or over
- eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth
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