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Speer

 (spîr, shpâr), Albert 1905-1981.
German architect and Nazi politician. He was Hitler's personal architect (1934-1945) and minister of armaments (1942-1945).

speer

or speir

(spɪər)

v.i., v.t.
Scot. to ask; inquire.
[before 900]

speer


Past participle: speered
Gerund: speering

Imperative
speer
speer
Present
I speer
you speer
he/she/it speers
we speer
you speer
they speer
Preterite
I speered
you speered
he/she/it speered
we speered
you speered
they speered
Present Continuous
I am speering
you are speering
he/she/it is speering
we are speering
you are speering
they are speering
Present Perfect
I have speered
you have speered
he/she/it has speered
we have speered
you have speered
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Past Continuous
I was speering
you were speering
he/she/it was speering
we were speering
you were speering
they were speering
Past Perfect
I had speered
you had speered
he/she/it had speered
we had speered
you had speered
they had speered
Future
I will speer
you will speer
he/she/it will speer
we will speer
you will speer
they will speer
Future Perfect
I will have speered
you will have speered
he/she/it will have speered
we will have speered
you will have speered
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Future Continuous
I will be speering
you will be speering
he/she/it will be speering
we will be speering
you will be speering
they will be speering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been speering
you have been speering
he/she/it has been speering
we have been speering
you have been speering
they have been speering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been speering
you will have been speering
he/she/it will have been speering
we will have been speering
you will have been speering
they will have been speering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been speering
you had been speering
he/she/it had been speering
we had been speering
you had been speering
they had been speering
Conditional
I would speer
you would speer
he/she/it would speer
we would speer
you would speer
they would speer
Past Conditional
I would have speered
you would have speered
he/she/it would have speered
we would have speered
you would have speered
they would have speered
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Noun1.Speer - German Nazi architect who worked for Hitler (1905-1981)
References in classic literature ?
I had seen them speer at the fellow, and put out their twa fingers when they saw him, to guard them against the evil eye.
Here am I on my road to Duror on the job ye ken; and here is a young lad starts up out of the bracken, and speers if I am on the way to Aucharn.
Highlights include the new Speer Handloading Manual No.
Kitchen's main value added is to treat Speer as prototypical of the Nazi regime in three respects: He personified the bourgeois backing Hitler could not do without, the combination of modernity and atavism characteristic of the Third Reich, and the corrupt profiteering rampant in the Nazi elite.
There is also no clear-cut evidence that Khadr actually threw the grenade that killed Speer.
A self-professed "good Nazi", Speer convinced Nuremberg judges of his innocence and was instead sent to Spandau Prison for 20 years.
It's Gitta Sereny's 1995 hefty study 'Albert Speer - His Battle with Truth'.
0 grains of 2400 with the Speer 100- and 115-grain GDHP gave me muzzle velocities over 1,600 fjps with the .
Speer's arbitration focused on alleged churning in the Speer account; specifically, about 12,000 unauthorized trades generating nearly $40 million in commissions paid to Forte.
Many do specify how close hog farms may be to homes, but Middleton and Speer argue that those rules don't protect people from the powerful stench that can deprive them of their right to use and enjoy their own property.
As an art critic, Speer approaches gallery exhibitions in two ways.
En sus largas conversaciones con Speer y en el intercambio de cartas que por mas de cuatro anos sostuvo con el, Sereny insistio en las preguntas que expresaban la motivacion para escribir su libro.