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My 3-year-old sanitized his doll’s hands with an imaginary squirt of Purell after each outing to the backyard.
When Cristian Cañestro set out in the early 2000s to study how animals with brains and backbones evolved, he picked a sea squirt called Oikopleura as a useful subject.
Cañestro thought that Oikopleura had perhaps retained simpler, more ancestral features than other sea squirts and could be a guide to what they had evolved from.
Porky pulled out his check-book and begun to scribble with one of them squirt-gun pens.
I'll learn you to leave junk in my way, you greenhorn squirt!
THE PLANET STRAPPERSRAYMOND ZINKE GALLUN
It is also advisable to squirt distillate up into the case through the opening where the strainer has been removed.
AVIATION ENGINESVICTOR WILFRED PAG
He grasped the oil can and, in order to test the efficacy of its squirt, shot a generous stream down Captain Scraggs's collar.
CAPTAIN SCRAGGSPETER B. KYNE
They could squirt full ten feet before the wind, as appeared by the marks of the drops on the sand.
CAPE CODHENRY D. THOREAU
Those fireballs squirt heat-electricity out at a guy and roast him!
THE WHISPERING SPHERESRUSSELL ROBERT WINTERBOTHAM
Suddenly an ingenious idea occurred to him: he would turn on the water and squirt his finger out!
BIZARRELAWTON MACKALL

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