SPUR


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Related to SPUR: Heel spur, Bone spur
AcronymDefinition
SPURService Provider Use Rights
SPURSimulation of Production and Utilization of Rangelands
SPURStandard & Poor's Underlying Rating
SPURSpace Power Unit Reactor
SPURSymbolic Processing Using RISC
SPURSoftware Package for Unique Reports
SPURSustainable Practices in the Use of Resources
References in classic literature ?
When I've built that there reservoir on Devil's Spur, and bring the water over the ridge from Union Ditch, there'll be enough to spare for that.
I described, as well as I could, our way of riding; the shape and use of a bridle, a saddle, a spur, and a whip; of harness and wheels.
So saying, he gave Rocinante the spur and was soon out of reach.
It is armed with a steel spur as good as Master Land's harpoon, I imagine.
And both, with free use of the spur, arrived at St.
But at last the lieutenant's horse refused to go on; he could not breathe; one last spur, instead of making him advance, made him fall.
I," said his Chief, Exacting and brief, "I'll give him the spur.
Whosoever hath anything fixed in his person, that doth induce contempt, hath also a perpetual spur in himself, to rescue and deliver himself from scorn.
Each one was a well-defined lead by itself, and without a spur.
He noted that Bob whirled to the right, and resolved to keep him straightened out by a spur on the left.
This man arranged a spur so that when unconsciousness came, his naked body pressed against the iron teeth.
I have now got you under bit and spur, and prefer to keep you as you are at present.