Spann


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Spann

A Norwegian unit of weight approximately equivalent to 18 kilograms. It is used most commonly to measure the weight of grains and similar commodities.
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As we enter an exciting new chapter of growth, there's no better person to lead our company than Raj," said Tom Spann, Accolade's co-founder.
Maxwell is often compared to Otis Spann, and his 2012 CD, "Conversations in Blue,'' is a collaboration of one of Spann's records which won a Blues Music Award in Memphis.
The couple later bought a bungalow in Bute Close, Thornaby, for Mr Spann and Mrs Pennock's father to live in, using PS100,000 of Mr Spann's money and PS135,000 of their own cash.
This space is critical to our business, " explains Jim Spann.
And Farman matched that effort in pawing away a looping Spann header from Neil Taylor's cross that was dipping into the top corner.
Wrexham: Russell, Westwood, Assoumani, Williams, Jones, Spann, Baynes, Fleming, McCluskey, Holden (Sakho, 62), Mangan.
He's real mature now,'' said Chachi Spann, Menifield's good friend and former standout tight end at Canyon.
For us it was in seeing team-mate Silvio Spann ruled out of Germany after a hamstring injury he picked up in training and couldn't shake off.
Caption(s): Dennis Shah of Chambord Printers / Jeffery McCullough / Gwen Spann of Hinson and Company / Eddie Ross of House Beautiful
The challenge of good communication in a small business, according to David Spann of Ralston Consulting, is that everyone's "nose is to the grindstone" all the time.
CIA agent Johnny Michael Spann died during attempts to quell a riot by Taliban prisoners in the Mazar-e-Sharif fortress.