Crossword clues for spr
- Easter time: Abbr
- Colo. ___, Colo
- Winter follower, on some calendars (abbr.)
- Winter follower (abbr.)
- Win. follow-up
- When Earth Day is observed: Abbr
- When Apr. falls
- Watery place: abbr
- Watering can: Abbr
- Time of yr
- Time of growth: Abbr
- Time for new growth: Abbr
- The vernal equinox heralds its onset (abbr.)
- Season for going "forward": abbr
- One of a climatic quartet (abbr.)
- May days?: Abbr
- Mar.-to-Jun. season
- Mar. arrival, in theory
- Letters on Roman coins
- Lawn hose: Abbr
- Lawn equipment: Abbr
- It follows winter: abbr
- It follows winter (abbr.)
- It begins with the vernal equinox (abbr.)
- Growing season (abbr.)
- Chinese New Year season: Abbr
- Certain three-mo. period
- Aut. opposite
- Apr. season
- Apr. is in it
- Apr. Fools' season
- Time of yr. for new growth
- A season: Abbr.
- Abbr. in a resort's name
- Part of some resort names: Abbr.
- It begins in Mar.
- When Arbor Day is observed: Abbr.
- White Sulphur ___, W. Va.: Abbr.
- May days?: Abbr.
- When flowers bloom: Abbr.
- Silver ___, Md. (Wash. suburb)
- Colo. ___, Colo.
- Winter follower: Abbr.
- Origin of a stream: Abbr.
- Coral ___ (city near Oakland Pk., Fla.)
- Apr.'s season
- Watering device: Abbr.
- White Sulphur ___, W. Va.: Abbr
- When Arbor Day is observed: Abbr
- Part of some resort names: Abbr
- It starts in Mar
- It begins in Mar
- Three-mo. period
- Sum. preceder
- Growing season, briefly
- Flower-planting season: Abbr
- Easter season: Abbr
- A season: Abbr
- Planting season (abbr.)
- Lawn waterer: Abbr
- It comes before the summer (Abbr.)
SPR can refer to:
Usage examples of "spr".
Some of those highlights, no doubt, spra from his appreciation for the face and form she presented to hi: Over the past night and day, she had tuned the illusion of her a pearance in careful, gradual incrementsshading her hair towa curls in richer shades of chestnut, her eyes toward hazel, layer!
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.
I have also had a complaint on your behalf from the oversight agencies, SPRIM and MM, citing personal interference from the Inspector General.
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.
Date-coded messages have already gone out to SPRIM and MM as well as my legal counsel regarding the programming you inserted into my message-beacon system.
Someone took the restrictors off a batch of New Law robots, modified them somehow to react to a different control system, and plugged them into these SPRs.
If Bissal had given each robot, say, a quarter-second blaster shot instead of a full second, the robots would be just as dead, the restrictors would be thoroughly destroyed, and he would have had the blaster power left over to knock out all the SPRs he missed.