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Related to SPATE: slate
SPATESpecial Purpose Automatic Test Equipment (avionics)
SPATEStress Pattern Analysis by Thermal Emission (Ometron's TSA system)
SPATESandon Point Aboriginal Tent Embassy (est. 2000; Australia)
SPATEStudent Personnel Association for Teacher Education
SPATESpeed Previously Advised Terminated Early (British Railways)
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But having said all that, these repeated spates cannot be good.
He said proper construction of spate system should be introduced, which could be the only way out of the development.
Six people alleged to be behind a spate of scams in Hertfordshire, Wiltshire and the Midlands were recently charged with fraud.
Since 23 June 2014, at least 19 Sunni civilian men have been killed and a further 19 injured in a spate of targeted killings and abductions.
In this study, we examined how macroinvertebrate communities in two habitat types were affected by a spate in the Kokosing River (Knox Co.
Neighbourhood Inspector Tony Carty said: "Residents will notice increased activity in the area, with extra patrols taking place following a spate of burglaries to sheds and garages.
Summary: The General Directorate of the Internal Security Forces warned company owners Thursday of electronic hacking schemes following a recent spate of complaints made by businesses that lost money, according to a statement from the ISF.
A SPATE of mobile phone thefts over a single weekend saw eight handsets stolen across a town centre.
Major rivers in the sub-Himalayan Terai region are said to be in spate.
Clifford Robert Spate, 65, of Marine Road, Barmouth, Gwynedd was found dead in his flat on January 16 this year after police at Dolgellau received a letter at the station the same day.
MANAMA: A spate of violence seeking to undermine national interests and destabilise the country was yesterday strongly condemned.
Summary: Houses have been burned down in the Australian state of New South Wales after a spate of bushfires.