I was bleeding, but spec Four Whoever would die without urgent hospital care.
The director, Peter Hermes, had an online sample reel of previous work that included a spec Doritos commercial.
Richard Rushfield is a contributing editor at Vanity Fair and the author of On spec: A Novel of Young Hollywood.
Then comes the spec, circus slang for the spectacle that opens the show.
They flew in reinforcements: the original MacGyver, Richard Dean Anderson, and created the commercial on spec for Pepsi.
For light tints the padding liquor should be reduced to the spec.
"spec she's taken dem dogs a walkin'," said black Deborah unconcernedly.
"It's worth possibly—pos-sib-bly fifteen dollars as a spec," he said.
Like Topsy one can but "'spec' it growed" rather than was created.
You 'spec' me ter draw water en' fetch it in fer dat new fiel'-hand wid clothes like er house-painter?
An unimportant participant; supernumerary: What helped me most was having been a catcher and a ''spear carrier'' definitely not a star/ like last-minute walk-ons in the closing scene, spear-carriers in Valhalla
[1960+; fr the persons who appear on stage, esp in operas, as soldiers in the background]
A black person: When whites refer to blacks as spear chuckers, they're not thinking about the Olympics/ Where are the defenders of social stability when prime-time demagogues like Howard Stern deride African Americans as spear-chuckers? (late 1960s+)
: The pre-voting-age enthusiasts comeout of the stalls pie-eyed after a few lines of Special K, a snortable combination of horse tranquilizers, heroin, and coke
[1990s+ Narcotics; fr the trademark name of a brand of breakfast cereal]
A specification language. It expresses black box interface specifications for large distributed systems with real-time constraints. It incorporates conceptual models, inheritance and the event model. It is a descendant of MSG.84.
["An Introduction to the Specification Language Spec", V. Berzins et al, IEEE Software 7(2):74-84 (Mar 1990)].