On July 2 , 1987 , the tanker S.S. Glacier Bay struck a rock and spilled almost 150,000 gallons of oil into the Cook Inlet .
Argm-tmp: On July 2 , 1987
Arg0: the tanker S.S. Glacier Bay
Arg1: almost 150,000 gallons of oil
Arg2: into the Cook Inlet
Arkansas Democrat David Pryor spilled his guts on the Senate floor the other day after he 'd joined the Finance Committee 's early-morning pork-barrel revels : `` I must tell you ...
Arg0: Arkansas Democrat David Pryor
Arg1: his guts
Argm-loc: on the Senate floor
Argm-tmp: the other day
Argm-tmp: after he 'd joined the Finance Committee 's early-morning pork-barrel revels
The rich nuances that suffuse this roll call are seen in the timeless distinction between a schlemiel ` clumsy jerk ' and a schlimazel ` habitual loser ' : the schlemiel inevitably trips and spills his hot soup ? all over the schlimazel .
Arg0: the sclemiel
Arg1: his hot soup
Arg2: all over the sclimazel
Roleset id: spill_over.02 , to overflow, pour out, Source: , vncls: , framnet:
spill_over.02: SPILL_OVER-V NOTES: No VNcls. (from spill.02-v)
Arg1-PPT: entity spilled over
[The same issue]-2 threatens [*-2]to spill over to the foreign aid debate , and Mr. Bush also is threatening [*-3] to veto any agreement that [*T*-1] preserves Senate-passed provisions renewing U.S. support for the United Nations Fund for Population Activities .
Rel: [ spill] [ over]
Arg2: to the foreign aid debate
Roleset id: spill_out.03 , to pour out, Source: , vncls: , framnet:
spill_out.03: SPILL_OUT-V NOTES: No VNcls. (from spill.03-v)
Arg1-PPT: entity spilled out
Come daybreak , eight family members and two other workers unroll a sheet of raw rubber that-1 [*T*-1] covers the floor of the house and spills out onto the street .
Arg1: [*T*-1] (= that)
Argm-slc: that -> a sheet
Rel: [ spills] [ out]
Arg2: onto the street