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Spot-On Models
Spot-On Models, was a brand name for a line of diecast toy cars from 1959 through about 1967, built in Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom.-A Tri-Ang Product:

Spot-winged Antshrike
The Spot-winged Antshrike is a species of bird in the Thamnophilidae family. It is monotypic within the genus Pygiptila.It is found in Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Peru, Suriname, and Venezuela.

Spotless is an Australian company which provides services such as cleaning, catering, facilities management and non-core business support to outsourcing markets in Australia, New Zealand and the USA, as well as manufacturing garment hanger systems, labels and packaging for garment manufacturing and retail industries

Spotlight may refer to:-Lighting:* Searchlight* Any of several types of stage lighting instruments** Followspot, a light used in theatre- Music :* "Spotlight" , 2005* "Spotlight" , 2009

Spotlight (album)
Spotlight is the second live album by Irish band Tír na nÓg. It contains recordings from the BBC archive including some tracks from the John Peel Sessions with the band.-Track listing:#"Strong in the Sun" – 3:32

Spotlight (Fayray single)
"Spotlight" is Fayray's 19th single. It was released on November 23, 2005, and peaked at #81. It was used as insert song for TV drama "Oniyome Nikki" . "Spotlight" is her lowest-selling single to date.- Charts :

Spotlight (Jennifer Hudson song)
"Spotlight" is an R&B song written and produced by Ne-Yo and Norwegian production duo Stargate for Jennifer Hudson's self titled debut album. It was released digitally on June 10, 2008 as the album's first single, and reached the top thirty of the U.S. Billboard Hot 100

Spots (cannabis)
Spots "spotting","knifers", "knife hits", "knife tokes","dots", "hot knives", "blades", or "Bladers") are terms referring to a method of smoking cannabis . In this method, small pieces of cannabis are rolled to form the "spot"

Spotted dick
Spotted dick is a British steamed suet pudding containing dried fruit commonly served with custard. Spotted refers to the dried fruit and dick may be a contraction or corruption of the word pudding or possibly a corruption of the word dough or dog, as "spotted dog" is another name for the same dish

Spotted Dolphin
Spotted dolphin refers to either one of two closely related dolphin species, being:* Atlantic spotted dolphin, Stenella frontalis* pantropical spotted dolphin, Stenella attenuata

Spotted eagle ray
The spotted eagle ray is a cartilaginous fish of the eagle ray family, Myliobatidae. It can be found globally in tropical regions, including the Gulf of Mexico, Hawaii, off the coast of West Africa, the Indian Ocean, Oceania, and on both coasts of the Americas at depths down to about . The rays are most commonly seen alone, but occasionally swim in groups

Spotted Nothura
The Spotted Nothura, Nothura maculosa, is a species of tinamou. This bird is native to grassy habitats in eastern and southern Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, and eastern and northern Argentina.-Description:

A spotter is someone trained to look for something. The term has the following special meanings.*Weather spotter, an individual who observes the weather to inform other groups.*Storm spotter, a weather spotter who observes specific weather events.

Spotting may refer to:Pastimes:* Aircraft spotting* Bus spotting* Car spotting* Train spotting* Spots , a method of smoking cannabisPhysical activities:* Spotting

Spotting (dance technique)
Spotting is a technique used by dancers during the execution of various dance turns. The goal of spotting is to attain a constant orientation of the dancer's head and eyes, to the extent possible, in order to enhance the dancer's control and prevent dizziness.

Spotty may refer to:* Sharptooth houndshark, a fish Triakis megalopterus* Australian spotted mackerel, a fish Scomberomorus munroi* New Zealand spotty, a fish Notolabrus celidotus* Superted's sidekick

The term spouse generally refers to a partner in a marriage:* Husband, referring to a male partner* Wife, referring to a female partner* In some usages, a partner in a civil union, domestic partnership or common-law marriage- See also :* Bride

A sprain is an injury in a joint, caused by the ligament being stretched beyond its capacity. A muscular tear caused in the same manner is referred to as a strain. In cases where either ligament or muscle tissue is torn, immobilization and surgical repair may be necessary

Spraint or scat is the dung of the otter.Spraints are typically identified by smell and are known for their distinct aromas, the smell of which has been described as ranging from freshly mown hay to putrefied fish.

Sprang (Netherlands)
Sprang is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Waalwijk, about 12 km north of Tilburg.Sprang was a separate municipality until 1923, when it became part of Sprang-Capelle.

Sprat (surname)
- Spratt :* Spratts, named after James Spratt* Isaac Spratt* Jack Spratt* Jimmy Spratt* John M. Spratt** John M. Spratt, Jr.* Pete Spratt* Philip Spratt* Thomas Spratt* Thomas Abel Brimage Spratt- See also :* Sprot * Sprot * Sprotte

Sprawl can refer to:*Sprawl , a defensive technique in wrestling and martial arts used to prevent a takedown.*Urban sprawl, also called suburban sprawl

Spray can refer to:* Spray ** Aerosol spray** Blood spray** Road/tire spray, kicked up from a vehicle tire** Snow spray, a spray that creates artificial snow fall

A sprayer is a device used to spray a liquid.In agriculture, a sprayer is a piece of equipment that spray nozzles to apply herbicides, pesticides, and fertilizers to agricultural crops

Spread may refer to:*Statistical dispersion*Spread , an edible paste put on other foods*the score difference being wagered on in spread betting*the measure of line inclination in rational trigonometry

Spread may refer to:*Statistical dispersion*Spread , an edible paste put on other foods*the score difference being wagered on in spread betting*the measure of line inclination in rational trigonometry

Spreader (container)
The spreader is a device used for lifting containers and unitized cargo.The spreader used for containers has a locking mechanism at each corner that attaches the four corners of the container. A spreader can be used on a container crane, a straddle carrier and at any other machinery to lift containers.-External links:*

The Spree is a river that flows through the Saxony, Brandenburg and Berlin states of Germany, and in the Ústí nad Labem region of the Czech Republic

Spree (movie)
Spree is a 1996 film written and directed by Rustin Thompson. It tells the story of a young woman who falls in love with a drug dealer and the perils that come with it.-Plot:

Sprig is a character from the Grey Griffins, written by Derek Benz and J. S. Lewis. Sprig is a mysterious shape-shifting spriggan, whose motives are unknown. Her early history is unclear, apart from the fact that she served as a handmaiden of Titania, the Faerie Queen, until the spriggan stole her mistress' Jewel

SPRING is a freeware GIS and remote sensing image processing system with an object-oriented data model which provides for the integration of raster and vector data representations in a single environment

Şpring is a commune located in Alba County, Romania. It is composed of six villages: Carpen, Carpenii de Sus, Cunţa, Draşov, Şpring and Vingard.-References:

Spring (Cyann & Ben album)
Spring is the debut full-length album by Cyann & Ben. It was released on February 17, 2004 on Gooom Disquesin France and Locust Music in North America.-Track listing:#"Buick to the Moon"#"I Can't Pretend Anymore"#"Selected Ambient Work"#"Siren Song"

Spring (Jon Foreman EP)
Spring is the third in a comprehensive 4-EP collection released by Jon Foreman, the singer/songwriter of the San Diego rock band Switchfoot. It was released as a digital download on Tuesday, March 25, 2008, peaking at #12 on the overall iTunes albums chart, and #2 on the "Rock" albums chart

Spring (store)
Spring is a retailer of men’s and women’s shoes, with locations primarily found in shopping malls.-History:Aldo Bensadoun, founder of Aldo Groupe, founded Spring in 1991 under the name Transit, with locations primarily in Canada. With the expansion of the chain across the United States, the name of some stores was changed to Transit Spring

Spring (television soap)
Spring was a Flemish television soap made by Studio 100 for children's channel Ketnet. Six seasons were taped between 2002 and 2007 during the summer period.-Season 1:

Spring break
Spring break – also known as March break, Study week or Reading week in the United Kingdom and some parts of Canada – is a recess in early spring at universities and schools in the United States, Canada, mainland China, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, the United Kingdom, and other countries.-Timing:In the United States, spring break

Spring Break (film)
Spring Break is a 1983 comedy film, starring David Knell and Perry Lang.Tagline: Like it's really, totally, the most fun a couple of bodies can have. You know?-Plot summary:

A springboard or diving board is used for diving and is a board that is itself a spring, i.e. a linear flex-spring, of the cantilever type.

Springboard (disambiguation)
Springboard may refer to* Diving Springboard* springboard , as used in artistic gymnastics for mounting apparatus* SpringBoard, the home screen application of the iOS

Springboard (iPhone)
Springboard, or Home Screen is the standard application that manages the iOS home screen. Other tasks include starting WindowServer, launching and bootstrapping applications and setting some of the device's settings on startup.-History:

Springbok can have the following meanings:* Springbok , a small antelope inhabiting southern and western Africa.* South Africa national rugby union team, known as the Springboks.

Springer (architecture)
A springer is an architectural term for the lowest voussoir on each side of an arch. Since it is the bottom-most element of the arch, it is where the arch support terminates at the responds. It rests on the impost or pier of the arch, that is, the topmost part of the abutment, from which the arch arises.

Springer (orca)
Springer , officially named A73, is a wild killer whale from the Northern Resident Community of whales which every summer frequent the waters off the northern part of Vancouver Island, British Columbia

Springer (surname)
Springer is a German surname. Szprynger and Szpringer are Polonised forms. Špringer is the Slavonised form, used for example in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Croatia, Serbia.Springer is the surname of:

Springtime may refer to:* Spring , one of the four temperate seasons* Springtime! an entertainment company and record label* Springtime , a band from Austria* Springtime , an experimental guitar created by Yuri Landman

Springtime (1920 film)
Springtime is a 1920 silent comedy film starring Oliver Hardy.-Cast:* Jimmy Aubrey - The park cleaner* Dixie Lamont - The maid* Oliver Hardy - The Commissioner * Evelyn Nelson - His daughter

Springtime (2004 film)
When Spring Comes is a 2004 South Korean film starring Choi Min-sik as a struggling musician who takes a job as a music teacher in a rural mining town outside of Seoul.

Springtime (band)
Springtime was an Austrian band of the 1970s.The band consisted of Norbert Niedermayer, Walter Markel, Gerhard Markel and Erwin Broswimmer. The group represented Austria in the Eurovision Song Contest 1978, in Paris, performing the entry Mrs. Caroline Robinson

Springtime (guitar)
The Springtime is an experimental electric guitar with seven strings and three outputs. The instrument was created in 2008 by Dutch luthier Yuri Landman for guitar player Laura-Mary Carter of Blood Red Shoes.-Technical information:

-People:*Aaron Sprinkle , American musician & producer*Annie Sprinkle , American actor & educator*Ed Sprinkle , American football player*Jesse Sprinkle, American musician*R

Sprinkler may refer to:* Irrigation sprinkler, a device for irrigation of lawns or crops* Fire sprinkler system, the entire systems of pipes and sprinklers intended for fire suppression within buildings

Sprinkling can refer to:*Sprinkling, a method of baptism, particularly used for infant baptism.*Sprinkling, a type of character in the video game Viva Piñata.*Sprinkling is a method of creating a causal set from a Lorentzian manifold.

-In software and gaming:*Sprint, a brief, intense software development gathering, see hackathon*Sprint , a development phase in the Scrum software engineering method.*Sprint , software published by Borland

Sprint (software development)
A sprint is a get-together of people involved in a project to give a focused development on the project. Sprints are typically two to seven days long. Sprints have become popular events among some Open Source projects

Sprinter can refer to:in sport:* a person who participates in Sprint running* a cycling sprinter* Open-wheeled Sprint car racingmotor vehicles:* the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter , a cargo van

Sprinter (Victorian train)
The Sprinter is a high speed diesel railcar train manufactured by Goninan for use on interurban and semi-regional rail services in Victoria, Australia

sprite or SPRITE may refer to:* any meaning of "spirit"** a ghost, the soul or spirit of a deceased person or animal that can appear, in visible form or other manifestation, to the living

Spritz may refer to:* Hair spray* Spritz , an aperitif consisting of wine, sparkling water, and liqueur* Spritz , a term referring to small amounts of carbon dioxide added to wine

Spritz (alcoholic beverage)
The Spritz is a wine-based cocktail commonly served as an aperitif in northern Italy, especially in the Veneto region and surrounding areas. The drink is prepared with white wine or Prosecco wine, a dash of some bitter liqueur such as Aperol, Campari, Gran Classico, Select or Cynar

A spritzer is a tall, chilled drink, usually made with white wine and seltzer or club soda.-Origin and variations:Spritzer is derived from the variant of the German language spoken in Austria, where the drink is very popular. It is used alongside the equally common form Gespritzter A spritzer is a tall, chilled drink, usually made with white wine and seltzer or club soda.-Origin and variations:Spritzer is derived from the variant of the German language spoken in Austria, where the drink is very popular. It is used alongside the equally common form Gespritzter A spritzer is a tall, chilled drink, usually made with white wine and seltzer or club soda.-Origin and variations:Spritzer is derived from the variant of the German language spoken in Austria, where the drink is very popular. It is used alongside the equally common form Gespritzter (mostly pronounced G'spritzter, a noun derived from the past participle of spritzen, i.e

A sprocket or sprocket-wheel is a profiled wheel with teeth, cogs, or even sprockets that mesh with a chain, track or other perforated or indented material. The name 'sprocket' applies generally to any wheel upon which are radial projections that engage a chain passing over it

Sprocket (comics)
Sprocket is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics Universe where she was primarily a pilot for the superhero team the New Warriors. Her first appearance was in Night Thrasher: Four Control #2

Sprog can refer to:* a slang term for a child* Sprog , a graphical tool to build Perl programs by plugging parts together* a plant that takes the place of grass on the fictional planet Snaiad.* nickname of Mark Williams

Sprog (software)
Sprog is graphical tool to build Perl programs by plugging parts together. Given the available gears are mostly for reading and processing data, this program can probably be classified as an ETL tool.-External links:* *

Sprot or Sprott or Sprotte may refer to:*Sprot *Sprott, Alabama, an unincorporated community in Perry County, Alabama*Sprotte, a river in Germany-See also:*Sprott School of Business*Sprott-Shaw College*Sprat

Sprot (surname)
Sprot is a family name. Notable people with the name include:* Adrian Sprott, Scottish footballer* Sir Alexander Sprot, 1st Baronet** Sprot Baronets* Bert Sprotte, a German actor* Clint Sprott* Hemel Sprot

Sprout may refer to:* Shoot, the early growth of a plant** Edible sprouts* Sprouting, germination of seed* Brussels sprout, a green vegetable* Sprouts , a pencil-and-paper game

Sprouts may refer to:*Sprouting, the practice of germinating seeds, often for food purposes**Brussels sprouts, the most common meaning of the term in the United Kingdom**The sprouts of the mung bean, the most common meaning in the United States

Sprouts (grocery chain)
Sprouts is a privately owned Arizona-based chain of specialty grocery stores with 103 locations in Arizona, California, Colorado and Texas. Sprouts stores are smaller than a typical supermarket, focusing on fresh foods, produce, healthy foods and vitamins/supplements.Their main distributor is Natures Best