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- Spencer, Herbert 1820-1903. British philosopher who attempted to apply the theory of evolution to philosophy and ethics in his series Synthetic Philosophy (1855-1893).
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- proper n. An occupational surname from someone who worked in a spense (larder of medieval monastery).
- proper n. A male given name transferred from the surname, in regular use since the nineteenth century.
- proper n. A male given name meaning 'Guardian' when in use as a given name in English nineteenth century courts.
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SPENCER -- People in the town of Spencer are being asked to boil their water before drinking or cooking with it.
SPENCER - It's not too late to consider buying the old Owen County Home near Spencer.
Flinders sailed up the gulf, which he called Spencer's Gulf, and had a long look towards the interior from the summit of Mount Brown.
Nevertheless his indignation about what he described as Spencer's proposal that, as we trust the grocer to furnish us with pounds of tea, and the baker to send us loaves of bread, so we might trust Heaton and Sons, or some of the other enterprising firms of
If you are new to Python and coding, Rick Spencer from the desktop team will be running some beginners Python tuition sessions in an hour:
To give you folks a head start before Ubuntu Opportunistic Developer Week kicks off, Rick Spencer from the desktop team will be running some beginners Python tuition sessions on the Thursday before Ubuntu Opportunistic Developer Week:
Rick Spencer is working on a similar app called Photobomb.
To give you folks a head start before the week kicks off, Rick Spencer from the desktop team will be running some beginners Python tuition sessions on the Thursday before Ubuntu Opportunistic Developer Week:
Spencer is a physicist who moved into the history of physics and he did a great job.
Anthony Spencer is a work in progress who will replace veteran Greg Ellis.
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