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Spalding

a town in E England, in S Lincolnshire: noted for its bulbfields. Pop.: 22 081 (2001)
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Thus, the stirrings of a vision of a national Church--one actively and publicly engaged in social issues--began in the mind of John Lancaster Spalding as a young man studying for the priesthood in the climate of European Social Catholicism.
Cannon RE, Spalding JW, Trempus CS, Szczesniak CJ, Virgil KM, Humble MC, et al.
Weems, a partner at King & Spalding and leader of its LNG group.
I would often get to a city after Spalding had left, and the presenters would regale me with tales of all the cool things Spalding did while he was there.
The more extensive second section, 'Essays of Discovery (II)', covers a remarkable range from Goethe's Hermann und Dorothea (on which Keith Spalding had published) to Bernhard Schlink's Der Vorleser.
Bekariah of Boston-based Spalding & Slye Colliers.
Mr Spalding complains the objects in the galleries are arranged `by what they were made of rather than what they are used for', and that they are `jumbled together regardless of date'.
Off the circuit, Spalding spins at both Los Angeles's Girl Bar and the Factory.
THE FOLLOW By Linda Spalding (Bloomsbury Press, 16.
I showed my buddy, Spalding, my brand new K-Mart fly rod.
And at the upcoming SPE ANTEC in San Francisco this May, the system's abilities as a troubleshooting device will be the subject of a paper by Dow project leaders Kun Hyun and Mark Spalding.
DataCore Software, the storage hypervisor leader and premier provider of storage virtualization software, today announced that its SANsymphony-V storage hypervisor is now powering an entirely virtualized infrastructure - including servers, desktops and storage - supporting more than 4,500 end users at Spalding University.