spaller

spaller

(ˈspɔːlə)
n
a person or thing that spalls
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The Hungarian part of the group is driven by Deputy Chairman of the National Research, Development and Innovation Office Endre Spaller.
A second measure asked respondents to characterize their firm by selecting one combination from a set of nine combinations of volumes (low, medium, high) and margins (low, medium, high) (Spaller, 2005; Timmer, Inklaar and van Ark, 2005).
The third measure simply asked respondents to estimate the percentage of total costs that are fixed (Spaller, 2005).
The 2004 National Hero of the Year is Kurt Spaller of St.
Parents may be required to use their own insurance for paying for certain services as long as they are not suffering any financial losses (Maag & Katsiyannis, 1996; Spaller & Thomas, 1994; Yell, 1998).
We thank the numerous individuals who have assisted in the field and lab, especially Katie Busse, Deb Corti, Kay Edly, Chuck Elzinga, Neal Godby, Katie Hallat, Roger Haro, Jeff Heilveil, Leon Hinz, Wade Hoiland, Mike Hoppenworth, Melinda Knapp, Anne Monnelly, Suzanne Nelson, Laurel Nida, Mike Slamecka, Amy Sosin, Randy Spaller, and Dave Zaber.
"He was out walking the dog at about 8am and he saw the man run along from the spot we call Spaller Gap to a house nearby to raise the alarm.
An early morning jogger noticed the body lying amid discarded plastic bottles, rubbish and debris at a place known as Spaller Gap, halfway between the villages of Weybourne and Sheringham.