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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of spoor.

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Examples

  • By the "spoors" seen upon the river-banks, it was evident that both elephants and lions had visited the place during the night.

    The Giraffe Hunters

  • The memory use question is relevant too because brivtennay spoors immediately yields a suggestion while Jack Balkun yields none, even though a program much simpler than Google's, like the one in the sample would resolve it with a standard dictionary, at least to Balkan, which points here.

    Balkinization

  • The day upon day of Stygian gloom and damp created a sharp uptick in asthma emergencies at local hospitals, exacerbated particularly by the spoors from mold.

    Happy Ending to a Fish Tale

  • The first step is always proofing the yeast, stirring life into the spoors with warm water and sugar.

    Column: The Leaven of Trust

  • The first step is always proofing the yeast, stirring life into the spoors with warm water and sugar.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Youngsters are taught to identify the various spoors around the campsite, learning what the tracks indicate.

    Lions and Elephants and Giraffes, Oh My! Maniago Kid-Friendly African Safari

  • Rumors flew about what the "" delicate spoors '' might do: lace the city water with LSD, release lions and tigers from the zoo, loose "" hyperpotent '' Yippies upon Democratic womenfolk.

    The Fire Last Time

  • "" We are the delicate spoors, '' they cried, "" of the new fierceness that will change America. ''

    The Fire Last Time

  • Thrust from the light, apophotorejected, he spoors loves from her heats.

    Finnegans Wake

  • I just keep thinking about spoors rolling around in a glaciers and moving ice waiting to thaw out. welikerocks

    Tephras in Ecuador « Climate Audit

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