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call hughie

and call earl (...ˈhyui and ...ˈɚl)
tv. to vomit. (Onomatopoetic from the sound of retching.) Fred spent an hour in the john calling hughie. He stepped aside and began calling earl, right there on Maple Street!
See also: call, hughie

call earl

verb
See also: call, earl

earl

(ɚl)
in. to vomit. (Onomatopoetic. Possibly from hurl.) Who’s earling in the john?

talk to earl

(...ɚl)
in. to vomit. (Onomatopoetic.) I think I hear Pete in the john talking to earl.
See also: earl, talk
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Earl is a cynical observer, damaged emotionally by his upbringing.
Earl spent countless hours studying photos of known-aged bucks.
Judge Charles Zennach took fewer than 10 minutes to rule that Earl was free to be adopted or placed with other people, after a 21-day time limit to claim the dog had expired following a legal advertisement placed in The Register-Guard last month by the city.
By the end of 2010, Earl had earned its rightful place among early adopter music sites' "Best Of" lists--as did Tyler's album, Bastard, despite dropping in late 2009.
Mike Pulsford, defending, claimed Mr Moore had tried to rile the earl, claiming he had destroyed the estate.
Leaving court the Earl said: "I am delighted and relieved, I wasn't looking for trouble on either incidents.
Earl Spencer, reportedly worth pounds 120million, has four children by ex-wife Victoria Lockwood, Eleanor, 21, twins Victoria and Amelia, 19, and John, 18.
It was claimed she was with the Earl in Alnwick twice last year, including joining him for his sister's wedding.
It still produces the previous version for the Russian market and is selling the tea, dubbed Earl Grey The Classic Edition, at [pounds sterling]1.
Yet it was the 18th Earl we must thank for the founding of the park itself and his nephew, the 19th and current earl, who inherited the title in 1994 and who still runs it today.
Fresh from starring with Leonardo DiCaprio in Inception, Helen Mirren in The Queen and Nicole Kidman and Sean Penn in The Interpreter, Kenilworth-based Earl has reminded his agent he is itching to get before the cameras again.
Now 93 and based in Kenilworth, Bermuda-born Earl first appeared on screen 60 years ago in Basil Dearden's Pool of London made in 1950.
Summary: Hurricane Earl strengthened into a major storm on as it lashed the northeast Caribbean islands.
Davies showed her mettle by winning her opening three ties in confident style before she faced South Yorkshire's Katrina Earl in the semi-final and had to play second fiddle to the eventual champion, who ran out a 21-15 winner.