or speir, spier
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Tragically, Speer’s warning is acutely resonant in the 21st-century as technology has been harnessed as an even more efficient tool for manipulation and control of the minds of populations with devastating consequences.We're Dangerously Close to Giving Big Tech Control Of Our Thoughts|Susie Alegre|June 29, 2022|Time
Dr. Welner appears to be their star witness, although he might be eclipsed by the widow of Sgt. Speer.
After a farewell which had more meaning than sound in it, he hastened back to Rings-Hill Speer.Two on a Tower|Thomas Hardy
Dr. Speer, who had been watching the strange phenomenon with absorbing interest, asked permission to examine it more closely.
A very detailed account of this incident exists in the handwriting of Dr. Speer.
A corner of the paper I tore off, and handed it to Dr. Speer to identify the sheet of paper if necessary.
Our wise men may make laws to keep him in his normal speer, but uv wat avail is they?Swingin Round the Cirkle.|Petroleum V. Nasby