Spary

Related to Spary: spray

Spar´y


a.1.Sparing; parsimonious.
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"However, the format of these stores will certainly evolve," Spary said.
Anthony Spary, associate director and head of Retail at CBRE, noted that consumers and retailers are living in a world of change and that has led to an evolution in the way that they interact with each other.
The dolomite crystals show subtidal to intertidal zone of deposition with frequent episodes of flooding (Kobayashi, 1999).The diagenetic products of microfacies such as Ferron dolomite and spary calcite cementation indicates replacement during the burial diagenesis.
Commenting on the appointment, CBRE Middle East's head of investor leasing, Anthony Spary, said: "CBRE is delighted to partner with Al Barari for the launch of Seventh Heaven retail.
Anthony Spary, head of investor leasing, CBRE Middle East, said, "CBRE is delighted to partner with Al Barari for the launch of Seventh Heaven retail.
Murder in Successville certainly falls into the 'original' category, which means the brains behind it, Avril Spary and Andy Brereton, need to stand up and take a bow.
Zanon et al., "Cold-induced rhinitis in skiers--clinical aspects and treatment with ipratropium bromide nasal spary: a randomized controlled trial," American Journal ofRhinology, vol.
This result shows that the dolomite was deposited in intertidal to supratidal environment which was later replaced by spary calcite, this interpretation is in agreement with the interpretation based on petrographic data.
Table 3: Effects of Different Bio-Pesticides Against Jassid on Brinjal as Compared to Chemical Control (Confidor) at Different Intervals after First Spary
CLASS war vandals targeted one of Tyneside's wealthiest suburbs in spary paint hate raids.