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sparke

(spɑːk)
n
a battle-axe
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Stan Kenton: This is an Orchestra, Michael Sparke, University of North Texas Press, 2010.
Taking a broadly chronological approach, Sparke (design history, Kingston U.
DELIGHTED parents Lisa Thompson and Terry Sparke have welcomed their new baby Gabrielle Sydney into the world.
by Matthew Sparke, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis and London, 2005, xxxv + 395 pp.
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.
Jeffery Sparke, 39, was disqualified for 12 months after he downed a half-bottle of Jack Daniels then attempted to drive off with his nine-year-old daughter - and assaulted his mother-inlaw and a family friend, when they stopped him.
Scientific advances hold great promise for the next century, but they also provide significant new challenges for international trade," said University of Washington Professor Matt Sparke.