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  1. Spokes

    Spokes is an album released by Plaid in 2003. Advanced press hinted that it would be a return to the sounds of The Black Dog.

Dictionary of Nautical Terms

  1. spokes

    The handles of the wheel, not the radii.--To put a spoke in a man's wheel, is to say something of him to his advantage, or otherwise.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of spokes in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of spokes in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

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  1. Prasanna v:

    Good things not spoke but bad things many spokes...but good things more than powerful silent.

  2. Lois Ellen Frank:

    History is like a bicycle wheel. In the center is a historical event, but there are tons of spokes on that wheel that get to the same historic event, altering perspectives and differing ways of doing it.

  3. Parker Conrad:

    The really cool thing is that all that work for the employer is sort of fixed, no matter how many of these various different spokes it’s got connected up to our system, if you want to hire someone, and you have one thing you can connect up to Zenefits or a hundred things you can connect up to Zenefits, it’s all the same for you. It’s ‘I want to hire this guy, here’s when he starts, and here’s how much money I pay him.’ That convenience is what makes Zenefits so powerful.

  4. Prasanna v:

    Good things not spoke but bad things many spokes...but it's more than powerful silent.

  5. The NATO diplomat:

    What I’m forecasting is that three weeks from now, that process will result (in a decision), and we will still be in the hub and four spokes, i believe we’ll have sufficient resources, and our military commanders have told us we’ll have sufficient resources, to stay in the basic posture.

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    out of condition; not strong or robust; incapable of exertion or endurance
    • A. usurious
    • B. flabby
    • C. bibulous
    • D. splay

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