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spill

1
Austral the declaring of several political jobs vacant when one higher up becomes so

spill

2
a small peg or rod made of metal

spill

[spil]
(engineering)
The accidental release of some material, such as nuclear material or oil, from a container.
(nucleonics)
The accidental release of radioactive material.

spill, spill light

Light rays, from spotlights and other focused light sources, that are not useful, e.g., producing lighting where it is not wanted on a stage.

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Using crowdfunding site indiegogo, Mr Spiller is now hoping to raise at least PS50,000 to fund the opening of high street premises which would feature printing facilities, a cafe and learning space.
Spiller was just the seventh player in NFL history to average 6 yards per carry or better with at least 200 attempts in a single season.
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Mapelli, is, again, skilful, but the need to negotiate a line from the Prince of Wales, through Alberto Campo Baeza, Sarah Wigglesworth and Jeremy Till, Archigram, Foreign Office Architects, Neil Spiller, Future Systems to William Mitchell does tend to limit the possibilities for substantial argument.
Main Street was a mile long, with wall-to-wall buildings," notes Spiller, her footsteps echoing on the weathered boardwalk.
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Spiller, North America director, Berlin Economic Development Corporation, told a recent meeting of the FIABCI-U.
Spiller has joined the Company as Chief Financial Officer.
Spillers was founded in 1894 by Henry Spiller at its original location in Queens Arcade, where the shop specialised in the sale of phonographs, wax phonograph cylinders and shellac phonograph discs.
He was sentenced at Winchester Crown Court yesterday for the gruesome killing of William Spiller at the flat they shared in Lacey Court, Stedman Road, Bournemouth, Dorset, in May 2013.
Spiller skin care named "Caring Partner" of Oncology Esthetics USA, a division of Touch For Cancer, issued 06-Mar-2014 by Spiller U.