spruit

spruit

(spreɪt)
n
(Physical Geography) South African a small tributary stream or watercourse
[Afrikaans spruit offshoot, tributary]
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Arthur Richardson's exploit at Wolve Spruit, Transvaal shows him retrieving his comrade, Alexander MacArthur under intense Boer rifle fire.
[11.] Breyer MK, Rutten EP, Spruit MA, Hop WC, Postma DS, Wouters EF.
This brigade moved to Bronkhorst Spruit and was then sent back to Pretoria, and thence towards Rustenburg, being involved in a good deal of fighting north-west of Pretoria.
Advance care planning interventions, especially those that include ongoing planning conversations and not just document completion, improve the match between the care people receive at the end of life and their stated values (Houben, Spruit, Groenen, Wouters, & Janssen, 2014).
Because phytochrome is not sensitive to light when seeds are dehydrated (Kendrick & Spruit, 1977; McCullough & Shropshire, 1970), T.
Holland, A.E., Spruit, M.A., Troosters, T., Puhan, M.A., Pepin, V., Saey, D., McCormack, M.C., Carlin, B.W., Sciurba, F.C., Pitta, F., Wanger, J., MacIntyre, N., Kaminsky, D.A., Culver, B.H., Revill, S.M., Hernandes, N.A., Andrianopoulos, V., Camillo, C.A., Mitchell, K.E., Lee, A.L., Hill, C.J.
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(1.) Andrianopoulos V, Vanfleteren LE, Jarosch I, Gloeckl R, Schneeberger T, Wouters EF, Spruit MA, Kenn K.