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spoo

Variant of spooge, sense 1.
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Kidd's original critique in New York was perhaps, in James Blackwell Phelan's words, "a bit bristly by academic standards,...[but] courteous and constructive." As Robert Spoo observes, "on the whole the paper opened spaces for debate instead of closing them" ("Ulysses" 109).
a Both Jimmy Garoppolo and Tony Romo sent video messages and Syracuse's Dino Babers headed the gratefully upticking on hand for a memorial to Eastern Illinois coaching wizard Bob Spoo earlier this week in downstate Charleston.
When Eckart Spoo (1971), president of the journalists' union, justified a law for editorial codetermination as a safeguard against the "monopolization of power over public opinion" (p.
(53.) Robert Spoo, Ezra Pound's Copyright Statute: Perpetual
Shiloh Spoo, president of GlasWeld, said: "Women all over the world are looking to start their own businesses or grow their careers.
(81.) BlokJL, Boersma M, Terra J B, Spoo JR, Leeman FW, van den Heuvel ER, et al.
Spoo, an authority on copyright law, has joined McAfee & Tafts intellectual property group.
Xu, "An active defense solution for ARP Spoo ng in OpenFlow network," Chinese Journal of Electronics, vol.
"The Good Book: 40 Chapters That Reveal the Bible's Biggest Ideas" by Deron Spoo (who is the Pastor of First Baptist Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma) offers a user-friendly guide to the Bible's biggest ideas.