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Synonyms for spade

to break, turn over, or remove (earth or sand, for example) with or as if with a tool

Synonyms for spade

a playing card in the major suit that has one or more black figures on it

a sturdy hand shovel that can be pushed into the earth with the foot

(ethnic slur) extremely offensive name for a Black person

dig (up) with a spade

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Spada, CFP offers securities and investment advisory services offered through Summit Equities, Inc.
Spada is a good fighter and will push Barker all the way.
Spada is ranked number seven by the WBC, one place below Barker, and the home favourite knows the Italian will provide a stiff test in Kensington.
As music publishers continue to search for lesser known repertoire, both Ricordi and Boccaccini & Spada have prepared editions of Puccini's songs, and the latter has also issued his complete works for piano solo.
Lake Oswego's Vincent Thomas grabbed at the ball, knocking it away, and Spada recovered to force a jump ball with 0.
A new diagnostic capsule can verify the presence of small bowel strictures seen on radiology and determine when it is safe to use video capsule endoscopy, Cristiano Spada, M.
The Javits Center is a New York City success story," said Sam Spada, senior principal of HOK.
9billion in 2007, according to Sal Spada, director of research for discrete industries at ARC Advisory Group (Boston, Mass.
Ruggieri A, Argentini C, Kouruma F, Chionne P, d'Ugo E, Spada E, et al.
Marketing manager Michele Spada comments: "The product's uniqueness--its delicious taste, crispy and creamy textures--as well as huge media support resulted in Bueno winning numerous awards for the "Launch of the Year" (nine in total
These are the fundamentals that make up Al," says Sal Spada, research director for ARC Advisory Group (Dedham, MA).
A glass sculpture, La Spada nella roccia (The sword in the stone), 1998, is placed before three monochrome works in red pigment on paper, titled Rossi (Reds), 1998.