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n. 1 spelling (qualifier: often used when correcting or questioning one's own spelling) 2 special

SP (TV series)

is a Japanese television drama based on the real life security police unit of Japan which is responsible for protecting domestic and foreign VIPs. The series script was written by famed GO author Kazuki Kaneshiro and marks his first time writing for a television drama. The drama centers on a newly recruited SP officer named Kaoru Inoue, who is the only SP officer known in the force to have sharp senses that enables him to conduct his duties by using this ESP sense to take down the threat before it appears to threaten the VIP and the civilians who are caught in the middle.

The franchise consists of the TV series, two film adaptations of the series released in 2010 and 2011 with a manga adaptation.

Usage examples of "sp".

But my fame was spred about in every place, and the qualities which I could doe, insomuch that my master was renowned throughout all the Country by reason of mee.

Citie of London is a whirlepoole and a sinke of evill rumors, there they be bred, and from thence spred into all parts of the realme.

Couered with a habite blowne abroad with the winde, and shewing parte of the naked substance of the legges and thighes: with two wings growing out from the shoulder blades, and spred abroad as if shee were readye to flye, turning hir fayre face and sweete regarding countenance towardes hir wings.

A substantial fraction of the costs of building SPS is indeed transportation to geosynchronous orbit.

As a way station for the construction of SPS in low Earth orbit, before lifting it to higher geosynchronous orbit, the International Space Station unfortunately has an unfavorable orbital inclination.

Wherewith the Souldan all with furie fraught,Swearing, and banning most blasphemously,Commaunded straight his armour to be brought,And mounting straight vpon a charret hye,With yron wheeles and hookes arm'd dreadfully,And drawne of cruell steedes, which he had fedWith flesh of men, whom through fell tyrannyHe slaughtred had, and ere they were halfe ded,Their bodies to his beasts for prouender did spred.

And eke he somewhat seem'd to stoupe aforeWith bowed backe, by reason of the lode,And auncient heauy burden, which he boreOf that faire City, wherein make abodeSo many learned impes, that shoote abrode,And with their braunches spred all Britany,No lesse then do her elder sisters broode.

Like as a Lyon, that in drowsie caueHath long time slept, himselfe so shall he shake,And comming forth, shall spred his banner braueOuer the troubled South, that it shall makeThe warlike Mertians for feare to quake:Thrise shall he fight with them, and twise shall win,But the third time shall faire accordaunce make:And if he then with victorie can lin,He shall his dayes with peace bring to his earthly In.

Eventually, it became evident to me from my IG and SPS experiences, that much could be accomplished through a carefully designed system for collaboration between military bases (or other federal agencies) in any given geographic area and the crisis intervention/suicide prevention (ci/sp) resources of adjacent civilian communities.

There's a decent-sized solar power satellite there, too, and we'll need the SPS to run the Spider—.

There's a decent-sized solar power satellite there, too, and we'll need the SPS to run the Spider -- unless you have other ideas?

With the SPs all inactive, the vital functions necessary to keep Janus habitable would have to be taken over by the backup stations and some time went by while they were alerted and brought to a state of readiness.