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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «UP THE SPOUT» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «UP THE SPOUT»
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The Confederacy Is on Her Way UptheSpout: Letters to South ...
Letters that illustrate the harsh realities of war.
John Roderick Heller, Carolynn Ayres Heller, Milton Barrett, 1998
The New Partridge Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional ...
Donald Gorgon, Cop Killer, p 60, 1994 » up the spout 1 in trouble; close to ruin;
bankrupt UK, 1829 From the earlier sense (to pawn). • So there's your
infrastructure up the spout and the gang bosses are forced to import cheap
Eric Partridge, Tom Dalzell, Terry Victor, 2006
The Language of the Civil War
130 • gone up or gone up the spout My Charlie has gone to the war, My Charlie
so brave and tall; He left his plough in the furrow And flew at his country's call.
May God in safety keep him, My precious boy — my all. My heart is pining to see
John D. Wright, 2001
Annual Report of the Indiana State Board of Agriculture
Upon the front of the receiving spout, just above the grain entrance, there is a
valve for the regulation of the air current up the spout. Opkration. — By turning the
crank the air is beaten out of the drum by the wings of the fan, thus making a ...
Indiana. State Board of Agriculture, Indiana. Geological Survey, 1868
A Cry for Ever
16 Climbing Up the Spout Sad and lonely young boy, climbed up the spout Down
came the cannabis and flushed the young boy out Out went his life, down cam
the pain Pathetic lonely junkie, going clean insane. Hardened junkie thug now, ...
Georgina Wakefieldpeglerpegler, 2011
Primary Activity Box Book and Audio CD: Games and Activities ...
'I'apescript lncy Wincy Spider climbed up the spout. Down came the rain and
washed poor lncy out. Out came the sunshine and dried up all the rain. So lncy
Wincy Spider climbed up the spout again. 3 Say Listen and repeatand practise
Caroline Nixon, Nixon/Tomlinson, 2012
The City in Slang
The slang term up the spout today seems to be the synonym of down the drain,
however paradoxically of direction. Up the spout means 'in pawn,' which I
suppose is, practically speaking "down the drain," given the low rates of
Irving L. Allen, 1995
The Magic Pumpkin
And the itsy hitsy spider elimhed up the spout again... As the spider climbed upthe spout again, Oliver reached out and walked his fingers next to Owen's. Owen
kept his hand held out and Oliver pressed his thumb to Owen's pinky finger.
Benji Alexander Palus, 2013
The Modern Anglo-Bengali Dictionary:
To make a speech, esp. in a pompous manner ; Spout-fish,— Spout-hole — wital
?5 1 To be up the spout- To be in difficulties ; to be compelled to pawn ; 1TC§ 1\5l
. WtW *n?l ; fsifat ^^f^ PfCS ^tll 5«91 I To put up the spout — TO pawn ; ^* OrSSI ...
Charuchandra Guha, 2007
Developing Language and Communication Skills Through ...
SPIRALS: From 3-8 Marion Nash, Jackie Lowe, Tracey Palmer. Top and bottom (
Awareness of rhyme) (Standing) use praise phrases Sing with actions: Incy
Wincy spider climbing up the spout, down came the rain and washed the spider
Marion Nash, Jackie Lowe, Tracey Palmer, 2013
7 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «UP THE SPOUT»
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FLANAGAN: Watching, and fearing, the storms
I took pleasure Tuesday night in watching a spout of water pour off the ... Lightning periodically flashed in the sky, and at the same time lit up the spout. «The Sun Chronicle, Jul 15»
Pennsylvania Starwatch: 'Little Teapot' low in south sky
There are four stars on the left hand side that make up the handle, three stars on the right that make up the spout, and one in between that marks the top of the ... «Republican & Herald, Aug 14»
Ryan Gosling, Eva Mendes For Shiz Up The Spout
It's official, kids. Genetically superior human Eva Mendes and the man who is handsome beyond Tumblr's capacity to even deal with it, Ryan Gosling, are ... «Pedestrian TV, Jul 14»
Sketch: Lock and load! It's Jean-Claude Van Cam
Other observers may cavil that in everyday English the phrase "up the spout" more commonly refers to pregnancy than to the loading of a weapon, and that for ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Jun 13»
Water Spout: Are They Dangerous?
A fully-formed water spout – a wonder to look at but a deadly force in nature. ... it is not sea water 'sucked up' that appears to make up the spout but what studies ... «All At Sea, Dec 12»
Sagittarius looks more like a teapot
A distinct triangle of three bright stars make up the spout on the lower right side and a trapezoid of four stars on the upper left make up the handle. In between ... «Republican & Herald, Sep 12»
How to prevent your teapot from dribbling
SIR – What utter nonsense to suggest putting butter up the spout of a teapot ... The way to avoid dribbles is to design the spout as our 18th-century forebears did. «Telegraph.co.uk, Oct 09»
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