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SPANSSimple Protocol for ATM (Asynchronous Transmission Mode) Network Signaling
SPANSSafety Program Airmen Notification System (US FAA)
SPANSSingapore Police Association for National Servicemen
SPANSSuruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Awam Negeri Sarawak (Malay: Sarawak State Public Service Commission; Malaysia)
SPANSSpectrum Analysis Software
SPANSSpatial Analysis Systems
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She had carried herself bravely right to the moment of the ordeal, but the sight of the four horses, ranged two and two opposing her, with the thing patent that she was to hold in her hands the hooks on the double-trees and form the link that connected the two <spanspanspanspanspanspanspanspanspan>>>>>>>> class=highlight>spans which were to pull in opposite directions--at the sight of this her courage failed her and she shrank back, drooping and cowering, her face buried in her hands.
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Cut a felloe three <spanspanspanspanspanspanspanspanspan>>>>>>>> class=highlight>spans across for a waggon of ten palms' width.
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Lobley mopped, and, arranging cushions, stretchers, and the like, danced the tight-rope the whole length of the boat like a man to whom shoes were a superstition and stockings slavery; and then came the sweet return among delicious odours of limes in bloom, and musical ripplings; and, all too soon, the great black city cast its shadow on the waters, and its dark bridges spanned them as death <spanspanspanspanspanspanspanspan>>>>>>> class=highlight>spans life, and the everlastingly-green garden seemed to be left for everlasting, unregainable and far away.
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