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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

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When he learned that Polzin, Durkin and Spere were thinking about starting a bank, he encouraged them by becoming a shareholder and later a customer.
Deposits have climbed steadily since those first two months of operation, which Spere describes as "sparse.
Tille pat I see his body bare And sithen my fyngir putte in thare Within his hyde, And fele the wounde pe spere did schere Ri3t in his syde, Are schalle I trowe no tales betwene.
Analyzing the case of Speres, an Italian appliances manufacturer, Corsi, Di Minin, and Piccaluga (2014) find that the creation of autonomous emerging market business units and intercultural teams, as well as management support, contribute to successful reverse innovation.
Tenders are invited for Procurement of andrew yule 550 v acb and 3300 v flp acb type fht-1 switchgear speres as per nit specifications.
spot, the 90-seat Izakaya above ramen house Daikaya, offers speres called Dai-drops.
In South African No8 Mathew Speres the visitors had a player capable of breaking the line with every touch of the ball.
Speres led the Dalesmen's charge after the break, and following a string of strong drives, winger Ben Mitchell rounded the final defender to get his team's first try - Davidson added the extras.
124-126); o su rapina, en expresiones como <<omnia fert aetas, animum quoque>>, formulada por Virgilio, en Bucolicas, 9, 51, e <<Inmortalia ne speres, monet annus et almum /quae rapjit hora diem>> de Horacio (Odas 4, 7, VV.
The decaying trust in the politicians has made the fight to eradicate the Mafia from political and social speres of the country quite difficult.
Fi nally, the four-dimensional doctrine which took over from this (littera gesta docet, quid credas allegoria, moralis quid agas, quid speres anagogia: The letter teaches what happened, allegory what you believe, the moral sense what you do, anagogy what you hope) was intended to be an interpretation of scripture which embraced all areas of life.
Skipton: Nicholson, Ackers-Johnson, Howson, Richards, Wooton, Naylor, Bottomley, Lambert, Speres, Sheehan, Wilsher R, Wilsher M, Ingham, Boatwright S, Boatwright M.
sette vpon London Brugge * and after thys come the Erle of Morre of | Scotlande * into this lande by Save condu[c or i]t and chalenged Sir Edmo(n)d | Erle of Kent of certeine courses of werre * on hors bak and the cha | lenge was accept * and the place assigned in Smythfelde * and thys | Erle of Morre come proudely Inne * and the Erle of Kent come and | rode to the Scotte with sharpe Speres diu(er)s cours * and the Erle | of * Kent hadde the felde * alway * and gete him moche thank * and in | the vij yere of King * Henries Reigne Sir Richard Scrop Erchebysshop | (Rauner MS 003183, fol.
Happily, in the end, Speres worked through these issues and found a solution that both fit the market's constraints and delivered value for the company.
This was the approach taken by Speres, a mid-sized Italian high-tech company, when it sought to move into the Chinese market with modified versions of its European products.