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.
Entrants can choose their subjects; for instance new cabin layouts, improvement of private spave and climate control.