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call Ruth

slang To vomit. Geez, I thought I was going to call Ruth out on that boat—I felt so seasick!
See also: call, ruth

cry Ruth

slang To vomit. Geez, I thought I was going to cry Ruth out on that boat—I felt so seasick!
See also: cry, ruth

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

verb
See also: call, ruth

ruth

(ruθ)
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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"Ruth hailed from Ballarat and met Andrew while he was playing grade cricket in Sydney.
ITV said: "Our thoughts and condolences are with Ruth and her family at this incredibly sad time.
Door staff from Revolution rushed to Ruth's aid and the police and ambulance service were called.
class="MsoNormalIn the application, Ms Ruth accused Ms Wanjiru of omitting her and her children with the deceased from the list of the Kihanya's survivors/beneficiaries.
Bomi County District#1 Representative Edwin Melvin Snowe, paying eulogy on behalf of the House, said Madam Ruth Caesar fought a good fight and her works will live on.
And, not wishing to offend, Ruth nodded, agreeing: "I know, I know."
Ruth and Martin both got into Harvard Law School, and Ruth soon earned the highest grades.
Her mother was an international bridge player and Ruth herself learned to be exceptional at the game by the age of 14 and was a member of the Loreburn club for more than 80 years.
Ruth, however, was not deterred, and her quiet example challenges us to move beyond empty platitudes to be a presence of comfort (Ruth 1:18).
Babe Ruth was also an ambitious, independent operator, and someone not afraid to challenge baseball's draconian labor system.
A documentaryclaims to shed new light on the mysterious disappearance of Betchworth teenager Ruth Wilson, who went missing in 1995 on Box Hill and was never seen again.
Ruth Esparza an experienced litigation attorney with over 12 years experience in practicing law in the Wenatchee area will be opening her own law practice.
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