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speary

(ˈspɪərɪ)
adj, -rier or -riest
resembling or characteristic of spears
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"This is a somewhat forgotten, great American play with a recent revival on Broadway," Director Phil Speary said, "It hasn't been done here in Wichita since the 1990's.
The two remaining papers explore vicissitudes of witnessing: Susan Speary's deals with the thorny contexts of Rwanda and South Africa, while Pilar Somacarrera's delineates a careful study of Margaret Atwood's protracted career as a poet, concluding that, contrary to some opinions, Canada's leading writer has been consistently political throughout her career.
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, adapt: Linus Speary from Lewis Caroll; dir: Sara Valentine.
The speary hand burned aloft, unbuckled was the shield; forth went the hand of jealousy among the flaming hair, and hurl'd the new born wonder thro' the starry night.
The Guild Hall production is directed by Phil Speary who directed Oedipus Rex at WSR Signature Theatre and The Subject Was Roses at Guild Hall last season.
Phil Speary, the Dean of Academic Support and Effectiveness at Butler Community College, is the staff sponsor of Butler's GSA and the co-chair of Butler's inclusion council.
"A lot of students are coming out of high school where they have either had a good gay straight alliance experience or they are looking for that experience," Speary said.
"The one thing that is both kind of a positive and kind of a challenge is that the organization has to be run by students," Speary said.
"Students who make for good leaders of the organization are very, very busy otherwise," Speary said.
Speary said that the inclusion council at Butler, a group of faculty, administrators and staff, is currently looking into "how to better meet the needs of transgender students.
Among them are Kyle Vespestad, Jennifer King, Phil Speary, Shaun Michael Morse, Michael Webber, Wayne Bryan, Brad Purkey and Scott Noah.
Phil Speary. The score of 12 pop rock tunes and ballads has lyrics by Speary working with local composer Gary Ewing, founder of the band The Mudbugs.