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- n. sparling
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Sparling.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as sparling.
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Professor Bellevue leaped out of the way, narrowly avoiding spirling splinter of wood.
The pinnaces, his four and the two from the Space-Scourge, had gone spirling out a hundred miles beyond the city; the Space-Scourge had gone into a tighter circle twenty miles from its center; the Nemesis had continued her relentless descent until she was ten miles from the ground, before she began spewing out landing craft, and combat cars, and the little egg-shaped one-man air cavalry mounts.
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Seems Toyota is spirling down the shit hole still, despite their claims that their products are safe and it's the drivers fault for defects.