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sparke

(spɑːk)
n
a battle-axe
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In an interview with reporters on Tuesday, Austal Marketing Manager Paul Sparke said the expansion, which is scheduled for completion in July, will enable Austal Philippines to make larger vessels.
Austal marketing manager Paul Sparke said on the sidelines of the 6th Philippines Marine event yesterday the $20 million expansion would allow the firm to construct larger ships and make the Cebu facility the second biggest in the shipbuilder's network, next to the US.
Stan Kenton: This is an Orchestra, Michael Sparke, University of North Texas Press, 2010.
Taking a broadly chronological approach, Sparke (design history, Kingston U., England) presents a historical exploration of the changing relationship between design and culture from 1900 to the present.
by Matthew Sparke, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis and London, 2005, xxxv + 395 pp., paper US$25.94 (ISBN 0-8166-3190-5)
An expert on Stan Kenton, Sparke delivers a comprehensive history of Kenton's activities as a bandleader and creative force in jazz.
Wingers Jake Collins and Matt Ross have enough pace to cause concern who will be aware that they both ran in tries as did skipper Ben Sparke in the semi-final win over KCS Wimbledon.
They included Karen Sparke, 47, who has spoken of her lucky escape.
Jonathan Sparke, founder of spread betting firm City Index, did not think York was the right venue for the Royal meeting ROYAL ASCOT at York?
Karen Sparke was one of five foreign tourists wounded along with a Jordanian tourist police officer when a gunman opened fire in the Roman theatre in the capital Amman.
Newly restored archival photographs accompany text by decorative art scholar Sparke. Includes a catalog of known projects and an extensive bibliography.
Vincent Sparkes, 39, known as 'Bandit' because he has one arm, has a string of convictions dating back at least 25 years and even went out stealing DURING a previous trial.