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spouge

A Barbadian musical style that was popular throughout the Caribbean in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Characterized by reggae, calypso, and soca influenced melodies and rhythms performed at a highly accelerated tempo.
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Alice Spouge, who runs Milngavie Bookshop, in Glasgow, said: "We don't feel there is any way we can compete with the discounts the supermarkets are offering."
Extra chief Stephen Spouge said: "Our aim is to give road users more choice and better services at competitive prices."
(33.) Schoch CL, Seifert KA, Huhndorf S, Robert V, Spouge JL, Levesque CA, Nuclear Ribosomal Internal Transcribed Spacer (ITS) Region as a Universal DNA 2012.
(28.) Schoch C L, Seifert K A, Huhndorf S, Robert V, Spouge J L, Levesque C A, Miller A N.
Spouge, "Gas-filled parasymphyseal pubic cyst associated with degenerative joint disease," Skeletal Radiology, vol.
Spouge and Perrin, "Main report for the 2005/2012 integrated risk picture for air traffic management," Eurocontrol, EEC Note No.
Spouge et al., "A DNA barcode for land plants," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.
Radiography is recommended detecting the possible site of metallic foreign bodies (Spouge et al., 1990).
The moment was particularly poignant for Clive Spouge, aged 70, from Hinckley, who had been conscripted into the Royal Navy after the Second World War and was involved in conflicts in Malaya, Cyprus and Korea.
That is they have taken some of the traditional songs of the church and have infused indigenous rhythms such a spouge, reggae and calypso.
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