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Spoo

Slang; an index contract traded on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange in which the underlying index is the S&P 500.
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Instead, as the editor of the James Joyce Quarterly reported, "he delivered a collage of 100 quotations from Joyce's writings (Dubliners through Ulysses), interspersed with quotations from forty different Joyce scholars" (Spoo, "Preparatory").
67), enshrined in the Works Constitution Act in 1952 (Spoo, 1972; "Weg mit dem Tendenzschutz," 1971).
They tend to be very detail-oriented, diligent and personable, which leads to high-quality repairs and happy customers," Spoo added.
(82.) Janse IC, Hellinga J, Blok JL, van den Heuvel ER, Spoo JR, Jonkman MF, et al.
The most extensive, express treatment of IP estates appears in critical scholarship by Professors Deven Desai, Robert Spoo, William Patry, Paul Saint-Amour, and Olufunmilayo Arewa.
Contacts: Kayla Bullerman, 202-547-7800; Steve Mercer, 703-650-0251; Amanda Spoo, 571 -384-2847
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Thank you to stephen Galoob, James Goodwin, Kit Johnson, James Lindgren, sidney shapiro, Bob spoo, and to the participants of the Northwestern University School of Law Legal Scholarship Workshop for their insightful and helpful comments and to K.
Robert spoo's lucid book focuses on the interesting story of how U.S.