Squir

(skwẽr)
v. t.1.To throw with a jerk; to throw edge foremost.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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This sort of task has been applied to populations of adults (Lucas, 2000; McRae & Boisvert, 1998; Meyer & Schvaneveldt, 1971), school-age children (Nation & Snowling, 1999; Schvaneveldt, Ackerman, & Semlear, 1977), and even clinical populations with amnesia (Schacter, 1985; Shimamura & Squir, 1984) or neurological disorders such as multiple sclerosis, which can lead to impairments in language processing (Hagoort, Brown, & Swaab, 1996; Ukkonen, Vahvelainen, Hamalainen, Dastidar, & Elovaara, 2009).
"Berzerk" samples a few lines and also, most notably the guitar riff of the "The Stroke" from Billy Squir. The way legendary producer Rick Rubin incorporated and mixed in portions of the latter song not only put the much needed emphasis on the heaviness of "Berzerk" but it provided the whole nostalgic "throw-back feel" to it as well.
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Squir: "The Algebra of Conditional logic", Algebra Universalis 27 (1990), 88-110.
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I still remember a notorious "18th century" squir rel faked in Staffordshire pottery which had been made along the south coast in the 1930s.
He's soon forced to accept an offer of lodging from squir relly local Fred (Kevin McDonald, from the Kids in the Hall comedy troupe).
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Squir, The algebra of conditional logic, AlgebraUniversalis, 27(1990) 88-110.