It was such poor quality that even spencer admits you could only hear “every fifth world” and that it was all “garbled.”
“The growth of a large business is merely the survival of the fittest,” proclaimed John D. Rockefeller Sr., after reading spencer.
spencer Ackerman evaluates the arguments over the legality of Awlaki's killing.
Somehow, spencer and some of his confrères managed to enter Hungary, and on Friday night they gathered at a pub.
“Kamofie and Co. have been put on trial through the gossip columnists showing up at their front door,” said spencer.
In Mr. spencer's volume this neglect is especially noteworthy.
There was a protracted silence; then spencer said: "It doesn't seem right just to—"
The same sort of desperately serious intellectual attitude is seen in spencer's remarks on the Opera.
"That didn't hurt anybody," said Howe, as he walked forward with spencer.
It is a pure negation which spencer, by sheer verbal play converts into a quasi-positive conception.
type of repeating rifle used in the American Civil War, 1863, named for U.S. gunsmith Christopher Spencer, who, with Luke Wheelock, manufactured them in Boston, Mass. The surname is attested from late 13c. (earlier le Despenser, c.1200), and means "one who dispenses or has charge of provisions in a household." Middle English spence meant "larder, pantry," and is short for Old French despense (French dépense) "expense," from despenser "to distribute" (see dispense). Another form of the word is spender, which also has become a surname.