Cough-up sentence example

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  • The board may have to cough up more dollars to shut the company down properly.

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  • Veterinarians have a theory that eating grass provides extra fiber to help cats cough up hairballs and clear their digestive tracts.

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  • Yes, there's a possibility that he is trying to cough up a hairball.

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  • These masses can be large and hard, sometimes too big to either cough up or pass on through the digestive system.

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  • Collection agencies don't have a lot of power to force you to cough up your cash.

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  • One way these fraudsters work is to make fantastic promises of super-low monthly payments, as long as you just cough up a grand or two up-front for their work.

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  • Others may not want to cough up the dough.

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  • A patient may begin to cough up blood or pass blood in stools.

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  • Expectorants are drugs that thin mucus in order to make it easier to cough up.

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  • If the airway is not completely blocked, the choking victim should be allowed to try to cough up the foreign object on his or her own.

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  • Instead they are used to thin the mucus in the lungs, making it easier to cough up.

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  • Children may cough up clumps of sputum or phlegm, secretions produced in the alveoli during the infection or inflammatory condition.

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  • An infected child may have night sweats and cough up blood.

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  • Although many music downloading services want you to cough up some cash every month to access their database of songs, there are still some services out there where you can download those sweet, sweet melodies free of charge.

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  • If you are interested in buying it, get ready to cough up about $80 bucks to get yourself hooked up.

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