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  • Botshabelo, an area known as Spots near Mangaung and many others had been subjected to "sweep" enumeration and did not provide small area information.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Your wake-up call Spots or crusty skin patches that are as annoyingly persistent as Kyle Sandilands 'career.

    Latest News - Yahoo!7 News

  • Your wake-up call Spots or crusty skin patches that are as annoyingly persistent as Kyle Sandilands 'career.

    Latest News - Yahoo!7 News

  • The whole project is actually done by the Department of Agrarian Reform's Solar Power Technology Support which is also known as Spots for short.

    Blisstree

  • The whole project is actually done by the Department of Agrarian Reform's Solar Power Technology Support which is also known as Spots for short.

    Blisstree

  • The whole project is actually done by the Department of Agrarian Reform's Solar Power Technology Support which is also known as Spots for short.

    Blisstree

  • We called them "Spots" as opposed to house connections, or guys you'd page and meet on Astor Place.

    New York Press

  • So step forward the New Realism - up to and including songs about skin conditions: (track 8, the memorably frank "Spots").

    DOA

  • The day after McCain's visit, I stopped for lunch at Whitey's restaurant in Wilmington, where "Spots" were advertised on an outside sign.

    ScrippsNews - current events, culture, commentary, community

  • The day after McCain's visit, I stopped for lunch at Whitey's restaurant in Wilmington, where "Spots" were advertised on an outside sign.

    ScrippsNews - current events, culture, commentary, community

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