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- noun Plural form of
- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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In the far West are numerous springs of petroleum, which are known to the hunters as "_tar springs_," because of the accumulations about them of the products of the evaporation and oxidation of petroleum to tar or asphalt.
Such is the immediate logic of the title springs to mind.
Gaza Invasion Protesters; Don't Feed the Beast-- Let's start talking about smart protest."
The title springs from his assertion that cinema is 'the ultimate pervert art.'
Each of their springs is assigned a “spring constant”, which is not the same as the physical spring constant k, which they call the spring rate.
My writing, I have begun to understand I am learning anew with each newly written word springs from the same need to measure.
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The connectedness springs from the idea that any assigning we try to do of behavior by ethnic identity is patently ridiculous.
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This defiant tribute springs from a need to impose their collective identity on this alien and menacing landscape.
It's the raw emotion the springs from a fear of change.
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Your view springs from a factually, objectively disproven and inaccurate view of how the economy functions.
SAP's motion concerning extrajudicial communications in large part springs from a recent incident involving the New York Times in which Times reporter Joe Nocera sharply criticized Leo Apotheker, named Chief Executive at PC maker Hewlett-Packard Co. on Sept. 30.
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