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spurrier

(ˈspʌrɪə)
n
(General Engineering) a maker of spurs
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Leapfrog was advised by Spurrier Capital Partners, a technology-focused M/A advisory firm based in New York.
Martha Spurrier, who has taken over the high-profile role as director of Liberty from Shami Chakrabarti, suggested Prime Minister Theresa May was reaping what she sowed as home secretary.
DWWA chairman Steven Spurrier said: "Our sole purpose is to recognise and reward quality.
That type of construction is only practical for temporary or one-time use, says Michael Spurrier, vice president of sales and marketing for Snyder Industries.
Former coach Steve Spurrier returns to the swamp as the Florida Gators challenge the South Carolina Gamecocks for control of the Southeastern Conference East Division Saturday afternoon at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.
She is survived by her husband of 33 years, Bill Gustafson; three daughters, Carly Jean Albino, and her husband, Cleber, of Millbury, Meghan Anne Spurrier, and her husband, Wesley, of Owensboro, KY, and Julia Eve Gustafson, of Millbury; two brothers, Peter P.
PAUL SPURRIER Health and Safety Executive, Yorkshire and the Humber
Global 360 was counselled by Spurrier Capital Partners.
If Georgia makes a run at the SEC East, it will be due to the immediate impact of RB Isaiah Crowell, who could be for the Bulldogs what Marcus Lattimore was for South Carolina last year, helping the Gamecocks and Coach Steve Spurrier to the league title game.
1m bottles of wine each year, which chosen by three wine experts, Michael Hill-Smith, Jeannie Cho Lee and Steven Spurrier.
The London-born actor (pictured) admits he had to brush up on his shaky wine knowledge to play British sommelier Steven Spurrier in BOTTLE SHOCK.
It opens in Paris with British wine-shop owner Steven Spurrier (Rickman) willing to attempt anything to drum up some business.