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Span

To cover all contingencies within a specified range.

Span

A unit of length equivalent to nine inches.
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CSD gives spean as the earliest form, from the late sixteenth century, spane sixteenth--early twentieth century, and spen late eighteenth-early twentieth century, but this last form is not restricted to NE for this period.
Rumney: C Wills (capt); C Arnold, D Willey, S McIntyre, M Addis; M Spencer, G Welsh; D Smith, D Simons, C Chambers, P Langley, G Lucas, S Coles, A Grabham, M Wood Replacements C O'Donoghue, N Coles G Spane, J Harris, P Niblett, A Jones, G Harrington
Celeste Spane, director of Spane Counseling, a mental health counseling center in Phoenix, says a person should set aside quiet time each day to think about who he or she really is and what he or she wants to do.
Spane retired from the United States Navy as a vice admiral after 34 years of service.
Pattern EVEN SPANE Structure Size- 40 feet x 15 feet x 12 feet (central height), side height 8 feet with door size 6.
Marvi responded that the business community had capability to do many good things within short spane of time and appealed to them to come-up with a system of water availability and proper supply in Thar areas where the people were facing serious problems because of drought.