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  • n. Plural form of springtime.


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  • The coming and going of the seasons give us more than the springtimes, summers, autumns, and winters of our lives.

    Gary Zukav: Solstice Joy

  • And she obviously has no feeling in her arms either, because everyone is wearing huge puffy coats and the bitch is dressed like it's springtimes.

    Dlisted - Be Very Afraid

  • And surely in late winter 50 years from now, a few of the men who were young and lithe in 1993 will come south again, bringing their autumnal memories of baseball's many springtimes.

    Reunion In The Desert

  • And when life is all said and done, the stories we really will be thinking about in our last moments were who liked us and who loved us and what moved us, and the springtimes we remember, and the moments of personal drama and courage and meaning that came into our lives.

    Remarks By President At Naacp Fight For Freedom Dinner

  • Thirty springtimes ago, we lost both Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King.

    Remarks By The President At City Year Convention In Ohio

  • It was near the end of the second of Omaphil's two springtimes, an uncommon seasonal arrangement that was the result of orbital peculiarities.

    The False Mirror

  • A piece of paving stone had worked its way loose over many winters of frost and springtimes of rain.

    The Kinslayer Wars

  • His widow who stood above him could have been a woman of twenty springtimes.

    The Boat of a Million Years

  • With the networks taking in a tidy $40,000 per minute for Salem springtimes and Marlboro men riding into the sunset, lobbying and influence-peddling against the FCC were energetic and after the January 1, 1971, cut-off, the withdrawal symptoms were severe.

    Short Reviews

  • Winters followed autumns, and springtimes came again, and thus until the twentieth year after the landing of the rocket-boat.



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