Spires
geographical name see Speyer

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Spires — is the name of: * SPIRES, a database for publications in High Energy Physics * Speyer (English formerly Spires), a city in Germany * The Spires, a commercial conference centre, operated out of Church House, Belfast by the Presbyterian Church in… …   Wikipedia

  • SPIRES — (Stanford Public Information REtrieval System[1]) ist eine Literaturdatenbank für Veröffentlichungen und Preprints im Bereich der Physik und Mathematik, speziell in der Hochenergiephysik. Sie wird am Stanford Linear Accelerator Center der… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • SPIRES — Stanford Physics Information Retrieval System SPIRES (Stanford Physics Information REtrieval System) est une collection de base de données scientifiques dont la plus connue, SPIRES HEP, référence des publications de revues scientifiques ainsi que …   Wikipédia en Français

  • SPIRES — Для улучшения этой статьи желательно?: Викифицировать статью. Найти и оформить в виде сносок ссылки на авторитетные источники, подтверждающие написанное …   Википедия

  • Spires — This interesting Anglo Scottish surname recorded in the spelling forms of Spears, Speers, Speirs, Spiers, Spires, and possibly others, is a patronymic form of the surname Spier or Spear. The name is job descriptive, being an official title for a… …   Surnames reference

  • Spires — /spuyeurz/, n. Speyer. * * * …   Universalium

  • SPIRES — Stanford Public Information Retrieval System …   Acronyms

  • SPIRES —    or SPEYER    an old German town on the left bank of the Rhine, in the Palatinate, 14 m. SW. of Heidelberg, the seat of a bishop and with a cathedral, of its kind one of the finest in Europe, and the remains of the Retscher, or imperial palace …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • SPIRES — Stanford Public Information Retrieval System …   Acronyms von A bis Z

  • spires — spaɪə(r) n. narrow tapering structure on the top of a building, steeple; natural structure which tapers to a point (i.e. blade of grass) v. furnish with a spire; taper to a point …   English contemporary dictionary

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