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  • Off time is the period of time that one spark is replaced by another.
  • Once started, the engine becomes hot very quickly and no longer requires the spark.
  • Sparks announced this is the first time she is playing new music for people outside of the industry.
  • Initially, the bill sparked some controversy, however it became popular after it passed.
  • He immediately showed signs of great potential, sparking interest from several major clubs.
  • Sparks worked in several regional radio stations as a young man.
  • It also sparked the interest of some students to create their own societies.
  • Sparks participate in a wide variety of activities with other girls of the same age.
  • She sparked off the idea instantly and before even we knew it, we were co-writers.
  • Sparks was sent back by sea and arrived much later.
  • Although these results turned out to be false, it sparked off intense interest around the world.
  • Nevertheless this did not stop them sparking further controversy within its walls.
  • He observed that the maximum spark length was reduced when in the box.
  • This sparks a huge fight between some of the other friends.
  • However, Sparks has released similar books where the authorship has been called into question.
  • His father sparked his interest in American football at age eight, by giving him a football to play with.
  • All you need is love, man.' That letter just sort of sparked it all off.
  • The Sparks program is for five and six-year-old girls.
  • Neither player provided the offensive spark Rose did, and so a change was in order.
  • Within the year he was promoted to the company's Sparks Street office.
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Meaning of spark

  • noun A small but noticeable trace of some quality that might become stronger
    a spark of interest, a spark of decency
  • noun Scottish writer of satirical novels (born in 1918)
  • noun A small fragment of a burning substance thrown out by burning material or by friction
  • verb Emit or produce sparks
    A high tension wire, brought down by a storm, can continue to spark