SPADE


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AcronymDefinition
SPADEStatistical Packet Anomaly Detection Engine
SPADEStratospheric Photochemistry, Aerosols and Dynamics Expedition (NASA aircraft campaign, Ames Research Center, California, USA)
SPADESpatialization and Auditory Display Environment (Ireland)
SPADESingle channel per carrier PCM multiple Access Demand assignment Equipment (ITU-T)
SPADESociety for Promotion of Appropriate Development Efforts (India)
SPADESparta Acquisition Digital Equipment
SPADESolar and Polaris Azimuth Determination
SPADESmall Portable Analyzer Diagnostic Equipment
SPADESpare Parts Analysis, Documentation & Evaluation
SPADESettable Pneumatic Altitude Detection
SPADESimulated Penetrated Air Defense Exercise
SPADESignal Processor and Display Equipment
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References in classic literature ?
As we rode away with the spade, Antonia suggested that we stop at the prairie-dog-town and dig into one of the holes.
"Because," said the Man Leaning on a Spade, "I belong to the Gravediggers' National Extortion Society, and we have decided to limit the production of graves and get more money for the reduced output.
The black silhouette of Gow with his top hat and spade passed the window, dimly outlined against the darkening sky.
"How much would a spade cost--a little one?" Mary asked.
it's you, is it, Englishman?" cried the colonel; "it's you who are going to play a spade!"
So it happens that the sexton's spade gets worn and battered.
One day after the May family had left the country, some boys, playing in the woods along May Creek, found concealed under a mass of dead leaves, but partly exposed by the rooting of hogs, a spade, nearly new and bright, except for a spot on one edge, which was rusted and stained with blood.
The doctor had thumbed over all his books of knowledge for the occasion, and the black fisherman was engaged to take them in his skiff to the scene of enterprise, to work with spade and pickax in unearthing the treasure, and to freight his bark with the weighty spoils they were certain of finding.
'The day had broken when Gabriel Grub awoke, and found himself lying at full length on the flat gravestone in the churchyard, with the wicker bottle lying empty by his side, and his coat, spade, and lantern, all well whitened by the last night's frost, scattered on the ground.
She was about to comment on this sign of habitation, when the door of the chalet was flung open, and Jane screamed as a man darted out to the spade, which he was about to carry in out of the wet, when he perceived the company under the veranda, and stood still in amazement.
Where are the digger and the spade, this peaceful night, destined to add the last great secret to the many secrets of the Tulkinghorn existence?
Stretched naked on a long table lay the body of Henry Armstrong, the head defiled with blood and clay from a blow with a spade.