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Agnes Jurati vomiting

Vomiting, or to barf or puke, was the process of regurgitating one's stomach contents. A colloquial way of referring to the act was to say that one had lost one's lunch. (ENT: "Daedalus")

The EV simulator at Lunaport was also known as "the Vomitorium" for its ability to induce vomiting. (ENT: "The Catwalk")

While attempting to fix a piece of Arkonian technology, Trip Tucker, in exasperation, suggested facetiously that if Zho'Kaan vomited on it, it might work again. (ENT: "Dawn")

In 2154, Hoshi Sato, dying of the silicon-based virus, vomited into the toilet in the Enterprise decon chamber. (ENT: "Observer Effect")

In 2255 of the alternate reality, Leonard McCoy warned fellow cadet James T. Kirk that he might throw up on him during the shuttle ride to Starfleet Academy. Later, while being transported to the USS Enterprise by the Gilliam, an ill Kirk echoed McCoy's warning back to him. (Star Trek)

In 2371, Molly O'Brien vomited into her father's lap, having eaten too much candy provided by Lwaxana Troi. (DS9: "Fascination")

In 2380, when Commander Jack Ransom was fighting Vindor on Gelrak V, one if his punches to the stomach caused Vindor to throw up green barf. (LD: "Temporal Edict")

In 2399, Doctor Agnes Jurati vomited after a Vulcan mind meld with Commodore Oh outside the Daystrom Institute. Three weeks later on La Sirena, Jurati vomited after eating several large pieces of red velvet cake. (PIC: "Nepenthe")

In 3188, Michael Burnham vomited liquid onto the surface of Hima after surviving a crash landing. (DIS: "That Hope Is You, Part 1")

In a deleted scene from "Unexpected", a pregnant Trip Tucker vomited offscreen after T'Pol recommended Rigelian sausage to him.

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