Springle

Sprin´gle

    (sprĭņ´g'l)
n.1.A springe.
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Springle 2 packages unflavored gelatin over and allow to sit for 2 minutes.
by Agence France-Presse State Greens member for Western Metro Colleen Hartland and Greens member for South Eastern Metro Nina Springle give their reactions outside Parliament House during a news conference after an assisted dying vote in Melbourne, Australia, November 29, 2017.
Petersburg, FL, September 18, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Shorecrest seniors Clay DiGiorgio, Max Kobernick and Sara Springle have been named National Merit Semifinalists by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation.
Staff Sarah Peddie, Lily Sweetman, Dan Huntley and Tom Springle with The |Mermaid owner Will Huntley PICTURE: ROBERT PARRY JONES
This strategy was also adopted by Stanley Buckman, who investigated phenylmercury compounds for the reduction of paint film biodeterioration in the 1940s and 1950s, (11) and by Springle et al.(12) at the Paint Research Association in the UK.
Of course, along with the ladies, also came a fair springle of gentlemen models showcasing some interesting menswear as well, especially velvet embroidered jackets.
EXPERTS At Hay & Kilner are, from left, Claire Springle, Alice Clewes, John Luke, Kirstin Cook, Katie Thackray and Sarah O'Hare
She was introduced to Cmdr Keith Springle, a social worker dealing with "combat stress, anger management and suicidal tendencies." Monday Springle and four others were killed; a 20-year veteran sergeant, ordered to get treatment there by his commanders, is charged with the murders.
The driver, from Tamworth, Staffordshire, had been driving along Springle Stych Lane in Burntwood when his Astra collided with an Audi at the junction with Green Lane.
Serena Springle, Chief Clerk, Criminal Court, Queens County;
Springle (Ed.), Proceedings of the RESNA '98 annual conference: The state of the arts and sciences (pp.