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SPURSSpecial Program in Urban and Regional Studies (Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Cambridge, MA)
SPURSService, Patriotism, Understanding, Responsibility, and Sacrifice (University of Puget Sound)
SPURSSuper People Using Riding Skills (Girl Scouts)
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"All right, darn you!" Daylight grunted, driving in spurs and quirt again and again.
When, after a time, Bob attempted to ease down the mad pace, spurs and quirt went into him again with undiminished vim and put him to renewed effort.
Daylight put a stop to this with spurs and quirt, running him several punishing miles in the direction of his bolt.
He noted that Bob whirled to the right, and resolved to keep him straightened out by a spur on the left.
I guess the way to fix you is to keep the spur just a-touching--ah!
For, the moment the spur touched him, his left hind leg had reached forward in a kick that struck the stirrup a smart blow.
The foundation of their airy castles lay already before them in the strip of rich alluvium on the river bank, where the North Fork, sharply curving round the base of Devil's Spur, had for centuries swept the detritus of gulch and canyon.
As soon as the match started, Spurs dominated the ball possession, but Aston was able to stun Tottenham as the side registered a goal in the ninth minute.
Duncan, the Spurs' all-time leader in points, rebounds and blocked shots -- and the only player to be on all five of San Antonio's NBA championship teams -- officially returned to the franchise Monday.
Duncan, who won five NBA titles with the Spurs, has been a familiar figure at the Spurs practice facility since he retired in 2016, helping out informally.
The experts also visited the spurs and physically assessed the degree of damages so far caused to them and observed present behavior of the river.