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“We sat on the opposite side of the table with lawsuits with each other,” Gelsinger said, referencing the companies’ various legal spats, including a patent lawsuit that they eventually settled in 2011.
Those spats seem to be heating up as publisher pursuit of revenue during the coronavirus-induced recession becomes increasingly fraught.
The famous director was late, and the small talk stuttered and spat like an old truck on a bumpy road.
Every so often, the spat between the two digital operations reemerges.
We see a couple shouting or arguing or something, we don’t know is this really an emergency, or is this just two people having a spat.
Long before we got there the deep-throated thunder was growling over us, and the clouds spat occasional flurries of rain.
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Coming to the map of Europe, he smothered Russia with kisses and spat on all the rest of the world.
Then he spat upon the ground, and with an exaggerated shrug of his shoulders re-entered the house.
Big Sid turned around, spat out his cigaret, heeled it into the concrete.
The sputum, spat out or coughed out, is a means whereby the disease is spread.

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