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spi•er

(ˈspaɪ ər)

n.
a person who spies.
[1225–75]
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FKF technical director Andreas Spier said the program, which is a continuation of what the federation was doing last year, is targeting about 2000 coaches with the purpose of standardizing the teaching of the game in the country.
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An award-winning novel by Rick Spier, O'Sullivan's Odyssey tells of the incredible sojourn by young Donal O'Sullivan and his journey through a life lived in service to his father and the revival of his family name.
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When Spier heard the words, "Watch him, he's dangerous," he headed his squad car in that direction.
Also according to SPIER, which was conducted for SPI by Probe Economics, Montana is the fastest-growing state for plastics industry employment, and Indiana has the highest proportion of plastics employment compared to other industries.