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- n. Plural form of spade.
- n. One of the four suits of playing cards, marked with the symbol ♠.
- n. A card game in which the spade suit cards are trumps.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of spade.
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The only thing Haiti has in spades is garbage, feces, and well, spades.
What I have used, in spades, is the modeling and 'systematizing' skills I learned from studying physics.
Hopefully you will pull out some of the same nuggets that I did … gaining a new perspective from someone who has done it and done it in spades is really really powerful for me.
I’m glad you asked about breast cancer awareness, because it angers me a great deal (pisses me off in spades, is what I started to type, but let’s keep it clean, hmm?) when people or organizations poach like that.
You've had your chance in spades to claim how great immigration is.
So who's failing to communicate/negotiate – it's the democrats in spades!
If so, it'll hit south of the border in spades, just like this last recession.
It has happened in spades on the Baja and Yucatan peninsulas where foreigners, mostly Americans, have bragged publicly about acquiring beach front properties in places like Tulum and Ensenada for what they considered chump change forcing the locals into federal housing or dismal swamps or the barest of hillside ghettos while inducing a backbreaking increase in their cost of living.
Ignorance about guns breeds a hysterical, dogmatic mindset which we have in spades here in the UK.
I MUST! thing in spades, to the point of not accepting a refusal.
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