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spare

1. a spare tyre
2. Tenpin bowling
a. the act of knocking down all the pins with the two bowls of a single frame
b. the score thus made
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In contrast, when Edward Sparer planned out a long-term strategy for reforming welfare laws, he drew on the work of Charles Reich and other legal theorists who emphasized the American legal system's inherent bias toward the propertied classes.
Sparer delivered the keynote presentation at the symposium, Transforming Dental Hygiene Education, cosponsored by the American Dental Hygienists' Association (ADHA), the Santa Fe Group and the ADHA Institute for Oral Health, September 18-20, 2013 in Chicago.
The newly-cleared area will then be returned to grass to give a sparer churchyard setting off the retained historic and the tended graves to much better effect and easing maintenance.
For the little Cape Cod volumes she chose a sparer design of beach grasses.
Bello, D, "Woskie, SR, Streicher, RP, Liu, Y, Stowe, MH, Eisen, EA, Ellenbecker, MJ, Sparer, J, Youngs, F, Cullen.
A Mexican version of The Paper Bag Princess recreated the book as an early reader with sparer, but no less lively, illustrations.
5) Vere's obsession with rules, order, and discipline has led Joyce Sparer Adler, among others, to label him the consummate military man, the "most austere monk of war.
Lead attorney and partner Robert Sparer helped win the case when the U.
As the credit crunch bites, and spare cash becomes ever sparer, the temptation to use horseracing and its associated betting element as a short-term means of shoring up or repairing precarious finances is likely to grow.
Sparer, Laboratories and the Health Care Marketplace: The Limits of State Workforce Policy, 22 J.
Sparer, "Poor Program's Progress: The Unanticipated Politics of Medicaid Policy," Health Affairs 22 (2003): 31-44.