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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!
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cry Ruth

slang To vomit. Geez, I thought I was going to cry Ruth out on that boat—I felt so seasick!
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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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Barrow resisted, but then with Ruth's increasing popularity among fans and his ability to hit for average and power, Ruth began taking double-duty as a pitcher and outfielder/first baseman.
Ruth marked 1927 as one of the greatest seasons in baseball history.
Managing director Chris and company secretary and business owner Ruth met online and he later proposed in their home - after they bought the rings
He continues the exegesis with inner-biblical allusions, among them Ruth and the patriarchs; Ruth and the matriarchs; and Elimelek, Naomi, and the patriarchs.
In this article I will briefly outline the basic connections between Judges and Ruth, highlighting select words in these two books that indicate the patterns of corruption and virtue outlined above and which show, thematically, how the Book of Ruth serves as a contrast to the evil deeds recorded in the final chapters of Judges.
According to Leigh Montville, Ruth considered the position of player-manager with the Yankees to be a "natural progression," and Ruth was cognizant that other prominent contemporary stars such as Ty Cobb, Rogers Hornsby, and Tris Speaker had each taken on such a role.
Critique: An impressive work of seminal scholarship, "Ruth: From Alienation To Monarchy" is deftly organized into five major sections: The Study of Ruth: Methodology and Context; Tragedy: Ruth Chapter One; Sustenance: A Short-Term Solution: Ruth Chapter Two; Progeny: A Long-Term Solution: Ruth Chapter Three; Resolution: Ruth Chapter Four.
Ruth, who died on December 19 and was approaching her milestone 20th year with the Welsh Ambulance Service, was married to Jay and had two daughters and three grandchildren.
Within its four concise chapters, the Book of Ruth condenses a number of themes.
Eamonn and Ruth host This Morning (ITV1, Mon-Thu, 10.
Seydel pretends Book of Ruth is a recently excavated trove of artwork and personal writings culled from the Smithsonian Museum and a family garage.
But now Ruth, who also appeared in Gavin & Stacey as Nessa, is back on our screens with her festive show.
A math major with a minor in library science from the University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee (UWM), Ruth always intended to be a teacher, like her mother.
Ruth, 43, was a struggling actress when veteran Crossroads actor Stan Stennett asked her to appear in a Christmas panto.
GAVIN and Stacey star Ruth Jones is inviting people to join her for a long, lazy, fun-filled brunch every Sunday from now until Christmas on BBC Radio Wales.
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