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cry ruth

and call ruth and call ralph and cry ralph
tv. to empty one’s stomach; to vomit. (see also ruth. Also with capital r.) I think I have to cry ruth! Stop the car! Don’t you dare call ralph in my car!
See also: cry, ruth

call ruth

See also: call, ruth


1. n. a women’s restroom. (see also john.) Point me toward the ruth!
2. in. to empty one’s stomach; to vomit. (see also cry ruth, ralph.) I just can’t stand to ruth!
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Over the years, Ruth had contact with hundreds if not thousands of people, many walking about Wales today who would not be doing so if it wasn't for Ruth's medical professionalism that she provided when needed.
It shows naked Ruth Fowler lovingly cradling her just-delivered infant.
Ruth, at a later date, as the great-grandmother of David, attains the same status.
Ruth Jones' Christmas Cracker is the first of a series of four specials that will be showcased throughout the rest of the year.
Ruth, 43, was a struggling actress when veteran Crossroads actor Stan Stennett asked her to appear in a Christmas panto.
Ruth worked for the Girl Scouts, then later became a teacher herself.
Before embarking on her new Sky One show, The Big Idea, Ruth visited her home town to speak at a networking event at Patshull Park Hotel, to help female entrepreneurs of the region.
During his first five seasons, when he was primarily a pitcher, Ruth would hit a total of twenty home runs.
Boaz & Ruth is based in Highland Park, an area of Richmond, Virginia, which has a history of crime and urban decay.
Defense counsel said defendants settled the Ruth case because procedural issues bad emerged that might have limited their ability to fully present their case to the jury, and that trying the case would have served little purpose in the overall adjudication of the pending welding fume lawsuits because of Mr.
Regarding The Progressive interview with Barbara Boxer by Ruth Conniff (July issue): After reading a scathing recollection of John Negroponte by Paul Laverty, I was disappointed that there was no mention of Negroponte either in the introduction to the interview with Boxer or in the interview itself.
He, along with his wife, Ruth, directed a Community Chest camp, Camp Condor, near Taft, California, in the summers of 1943 and 1944.
Ruth Ferrarese and her husband Albert filed joint tax returns for 1981, 1982 and 1983.
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