Spave

Spave

To spend money in the mistaken belief that one is saving money. For example, a lower price for a good psychologically may encourage a buyer to buy several when ordinarily he/she would have bought only one. In this way, buyers may believe they are saving money when in reality they have spent more than they intended.
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The alluvium layers in this unit have a spave of 361 km2 and hard formations have a space of 331 km2.
Not because it has last this long; rather that it has established itself as Belfast's No1 festival long in such as short spave of time.
Lease of the spave is available for short or long term
Table I : Stator Flux and torque variations due to applied inverter voltage spave vector.
The theory I present is that in he absence of large mammals, life on the planet will adapt and survive, systems going back to the way motorways were in the 1960s, less pollution with more spave and no log-jamming; a time before the juggenaut trucks the roads; before the expansion of biodiversity changed the environment.