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Spender

Sir Stephen. 1909--95, English poet and critic, who played an important part in the left-wing literary movement of the 1930s. His works include Journals 1939--83 (1985) and Collected Poems (1985)
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Filmed in and around Tyneside, between 1991 and 1993, Spender was a product of Longbenton-born Nail's determination to pay homage to his native Newcastle.
In the featurette, Spender visits Scully in the hospital.
While print and outdoor dollars are on the decline, they still attract a sizable number of ad spenders.
But the visitors showed their champion credentials as they rallied in the second half, with Chris Marriott pulling one back straight from a corner before right-back Spender levelled seven minutes from time, sweeping home Jamie Mullan's cross from the byline.
2014 turned positive for the first time in the third quarter of this year, bolstered by an increase in spending by the top three overall spenders - United States (15 per cent), Saudi Arabia (29 per cent) and United Kingdom (17 per cent).
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EuromonitoTs survey team developed seven global consumer types from the survey data: undaunted striver, impulsive spender, balanced optimist, aspiring struggler, conservative homebody, independent skeptic and secure traditionalist.
Hey Big Spender, 11-1 with Hills, is also entered for the Sky Bet Chase at Doncaster a week tomorrow but trainer Colin Tizzard is keen to go to Haydock, assuming the meeting survives.
He talks incessantly and will pan out to be a prodigious bore," said Virginia Woolf about Stephen Spender.