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n.1.(Zool.) A woodpecker; - called also specht, spekt, spight.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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SUPPORTERS of Lancashire and Durham, and any other county followers heading to Sedbergh to take in a new first-class venue, will sample the delights of one of cricket's most 'idyllic' settings, according to the Cumbrian school's director of cricket Martin Speight.
Neil Speight, 47, turned the music from the 1960s American sitcom to full volume in his semi-detached home.
Kristopher Speight's mum suffered "mental torture" at the hands of her son as he threatened her and demanded money, Teesside Crown Court heard.
North vs south divide I WAS sorry to see that Kevin Speight had fallen and injured himself in Mirfield.
The Speight of the Art Artlands project brought together schoolchildren and old folks to experience visual and performing arts, led by professional artists and Birmingham Royal Ballet performers and musicians.
JAKE SPEIGHT insists his move from Wrexham to Blue Square Bet Premier rivals Mansfield Town was purely for family reasons, and has hit back at claims he put in a transfer request.
WREXHAM 1 EBBSFLEET UTD JAKE SPEIGHT scored the all-important penalty to win this tight match...
In an open letter sent to The Journal, Dr Nigel Speight warns that the region's doctors and hospitals could soon be forced to compete financially in a "patients' marketplace".
Dr Nigel Speight had hoped to extend his career beyond normal retirement age in 2007 but his application to County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust was turned down.
If the names Bryan Speight and Christopher Look ring a bell, it may be because the two executives spent a combined 16 years with Western Nonwovens Inc.
THE father of children's television presenter Mark Speight has launched an art foundation in honour of his son who killed himself earlier this year.