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Span.

abbr.
Spanish

Span.

abbreviation for
1. (Languages) Spanish
2. (Peoples) Spanish
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I struck downstream and shouted, as the open spring wagon came into view on the middle span.
But twice in her life she had left the Cheniere Caminada, and then for the briefest span.
Like talismans they whisked one away to strange lands, across vast distances of space imagination refused to span.
Why, she must be tremendously old--at least a hundred," I had said; but on coming to consider dates I saw that it was not strictly necessary that she should have exceeded by very much the common span.
Then the sweep of the torrent that foamed down to the American Fall caught her, and in another minute the immense mass of deflating wreckage, with flames spurting out in three new places, had crashed against the bridge that joined Goat Island and Niagara city, and forced a long arm, as it were, in a heaving tangle under the central span.
Alexander and the superintendent picked their way out slowly over the long span.
elegans researchers, Kenyon's group reported unearthing more than 30 previously unrecognized genes that, when mutated, extend the nematode life span.
Worms with a certain mutation in daf-2 had a doubled life span, but worms with mutations in both genes had a normal life span.
The Nephews did not take lightly to the actions of Makhulu Span.
If the DNA insertion occurs in both copies of Indy, the flies enjoy only a 10 to 20 percent increase in the typical life span.
In almost every species in which one sex lives longer, from worms to cats and humans, females enjoy the longer life span.
Thompson, elated by the news, commented, "These contracts represent a continued commitment in the DOD's utilization of SPAN.