Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A plant of the broom kind; broom.
- n. A rush, Juncus articulatus, and other species.
“One question is whether this developmental narrative of emotions will continue; whether new emotions will arise, adaptively, in our environment specifically urban emotions, for instance; let's say 'spart', 'monahay' and 'fribbishness'; or whether our earlier emotions will become increasingly vestigial ... so that future humans know anxiety and angst, but never the heart-galloping terror that a predator is about to leap upon them.”
“The computer animated short film Meet Meline was created and animated by just two french filmmakers, Virginie Goyons and Sebastien Laban, over the course of two years during their spart time (nights and weekends) with no budget.”
“The sad part about all of this is Hillary is spart enough to know that that's what she would need to have said Saturday and going forward.”
“On the one hand a Royal who actually does his bit and serves in our Army commits a verbal faux pas and every spart and Islamist feels free to critisise.”
“In Australia they have had to recongnise that national coherence is spart of your ability to act internationally .”
“In Australia they have had to recongnise that national coherence is * spart * of your ability to act internationally .”
“As we celebrate this milestone anniversary, transitioning to third-generation family leadership and innovation are keys to continuing success in serving retailers nationwide," says Joe Cory, Sr., said a spart of the announcement.”
“Actually I forecast that, that is precisely what will happen, and sadly you don't need to be mastermind to work out which country will be the winner. livinginsweden @jack spart”
“Proteste alleine werden kaum reichen - Bundesregierung spart ausschließlich auf Kosten der”
“Good Samaritan Christine Bleakley finds some spart change for magazine distributor after girls night out”
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