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a verbalization that encourages you to attempt something

any sharply pointed projection

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tubular extension at the base of the corolla in some flowers

a sharp prod fixed to a rider's heel and used to urge a horse onward

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a railway line connected to a trunk line

incite or stimulate

give heart or courage to

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strike with a spur

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goad with spurs

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equip with spurs

References in periodicals archive ?
Last week, Mouawad launched its new Grand Ellipse and La Griffe range at its outlet in Opera Galleria.
Bourdieu, Pierre y Delsaut, Yvette (1975), "Le couturier et sa griffe: contribution a une theorie de la magie", Actes de la Recherche en Sciences Sociales, no.
Patrick Essono Nkouna alias << Pahe >> se fait connaitre au Gabon en tant que dessinateur de presse en officiant dans des journaux virulents et caustiques tels que La Griffe, Le Moustik, le journal qui pique (sous le pseudonyme d'Epa), La Cigale enchantee ou encore au Scribouillard.
Another novel of this kind is La Griffe du Leopard (The claw of the leopard) by Andre Villers published in 1950.
I cried for a fortnight until he reappeared with a grin and a bottle of Ma Griffe. I wore it every day and felt so sophisticated until he chucked me for a 5th year who dyed her hair."
For example, he addresses the complex racial makeup of various Creoles and their astonishingly precise social labels: "mulatto (black and white), griffe (black and mulatto), sacrato (black and griffe), marabon (mulatto and griffe), os rouge (black and Indian), quadroom (white and mulatto), tierceron (mulatto and quadroon), and octoroon (white and quadroon)" (p.
"My Dear wife for you and my children my pen cannot Express the griffe I feel to be parted from you all," an enslaved man sold to "Peterson atreader" writes in an 1858 letter (238).
In the designer-owned company, some renowned designers, whose names are associated with a griffe (signature), directly control some of the companies that develop their collections (for example, Armani, Dolce & Gabbana, and Versace).
If there was no white parent, 'lascos' referred to the offspring of two 'mulattos', 'sambo' or 'griffe' to the offspring of a 'mulatto' and 'negro', and so on (Reuter, 1918).
Ta main se glisse en vain sur mon sein qui se pame; Ce qu'ellecherche, [...], est un lieu saccage Par la griffe et la dent feroce de la femme.
GRIFFE, <<A propos du canon 33 du concile d'Elvire>>, en BLE, 74 (1973) 142-143.