from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Speer, Albert 1905-1981. German architect and Nazi politician. He was Hitler's personal architect (1934-1945) and minister of armaments (1942-1945).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A sphere.
- transitive v. To ask.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To make diligent inquiry; ask; inquire; inquire of or about.
- n. An old form of spire.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. German Nazi architect who worked for Hitler (1905-1981)
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I tried 145 grain Speer Hotcores when I first got mine and it did nasty things to whitetails.
D. Charles Speer is a stage name of Dave Shuford, who may be best known for his guitar work with the late Jack Rose.
It pushes a 250 grain Speer hot core bullet 2400 fps.
The bull I shot dropped on the spot from a 250 grain Speer bullet handloaded to 2450 fps in a 350 Rem mag.
The large bullet is a 250 grain Speer hot core fired at 2450 fps from a 350 Rem Mag. into a Spruce log.
I reloaded some nickel plated Federal 7mm Rem Mag for my son last year with Reloder 22 and 160 grain Speer Mag Tips and accuracy was superb in his Savage 110.
Using the 235 grain Speer Semi Spitzer in hunting loads it would get your attention from the bench.
I have killed everything from ground squirrels to elk wtih my standard 165 grain Speer Grand Slam load.
I read that in Speer’s book, but I’ve always thought it was complete crap.
During pretrial discovery, prosecutors indicated they would use audio of a 911 call Speer made as evidence against him.