Sprunt

Related to Sprunt: sprint
(sprŭnt)
v. i.1.To spring up; to germinate; to spring forward or outward.
To sprunt up
to draw one's self up suddenly, as in anger or defiance; to bristle up.
n.1.Anything short and stiff.
2.A leap; a spring.
3.A steep ascent in a road.
a.1.Active; lively; vigorous.
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In his Sprunt Lectures at Union Theological Seminary in Richmond, Va.
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We have a group of seven volunteers, made up of myself, Ronnie Chalmers, Charlie Cowie, Eric Main, Bill Sprunt, Rodger Reed and John Clark, and we all help to maintain the grounds.
Sprunt et al, citados por Baltimore [11], demostraron que los neonatos tratados con antibioticos desarrollan colonizacion con germenes diferentes a los encontrados en los neonatos que no han recibido manejo antibiotico.
Alan Sprunt (left) from Coventry Peace House, made his point, while Thalia Porretta, aged 18 months, and (below) Yumnaa Mughal, aged three, enjoyed the children's entertainment.
Shaw (1857-1917), a graduate of Davidson College in Davidson, North Carolina and the Presbyterian Seminary in Richmond, Virginia, was the pastor of Grove Presbyterian Church, and for many years president of James Sprunt Institute, a Christian prep school for girls, both in Kenansville.
Reformed Theology for the Third Christian Millennium: The Sprunt Lectures, 2001.
The most explicit focus on this is seen in his 1956 book, The Faith of Israel, (9) which formed the basis of the James Sprunt Lectures given at Union Theological Seminary, Richmond, Virginia, a year earlier.
George Sprunt, 38, - known as Turnberry George by top golf stars - was killed by a hit-and-run driver in Spain.
Some researchers argue that alcohol affects criminal behavior in a pharmacophysiological way by either impairing reasoning or reducing inhibition (Lang and Sibrel 1989; Sprunt et al.