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Synonyms for spur

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Synonyms for spur

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Synonyms for spur

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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Greta Van Calcar was the Appalachian Athletic Conference freshman of the year in cross country, and was an NAIA indoor all-American in the 5,000 meters.
No obstante, persistio la preocupacion por los sujetos jovenes y su insercion laboral, avalada por datos estadisticos que mostraban un desempleo juvenil relativamente alto en relacion con otros grupos etarios (Filmus & Calcar, 2013, Jacinto, 2010a, Salvia, 2008, 2013, Weller, 2007).
create the detailed Illustrations, Vesaiius would work with Stephan van Calcar, who was a student of the renowned artist Tizlano Vecelli (better known as Titian).
Para la descripcion y diagnosis se siguio la terminologia morfologica de McALPINE (1981), excepto: cerda calcar (CARVALHO, 1989) y las estructuras de los genitales segun NIHEI & CARVALHO (2007).
Specimens lacking a prominent keel on their calcar (as evident on study skins, when present, or indicated in field notes), that were within published ranges of measurements for M.
Caption: TOP: A South Alberta Regiment tank advances along a muddy track near Calcar on February 26, 1945.
(6) He had made the three vascular drawings himself, while the full-page skeletal figures were the work of Jan Stefan of Calcar, his Flemish countryman.
The genus Cyphonotus Fischer von Waldheim, 1824 differs from all other Palaearctic and NW Oriental genera of Melolonthini by the following combination ofcharacters: body large and stout (26-40 mm), outer margin of protibia with three strong teeth, subapical calcar of protibia missing in both sexes, clypeus with widely rounded anterior angles, antennal club 4-segmented and very short in both sexes (Baraud, 1992; Medvedev, 1951).
Vesalius created the drawings for the Tabulae together with a Flemish artist, Jan Stephan van Calcar (1499-1546/50).