Spare may refer to:

  • Spare (bowling)
  • Austin Osman Spare
  • Spare part (logistics)
    • Spare tire
  • Spare rib
  • Spare bus driver

Other articles related to "spare":

Spare (bowling)
... A spare (sometimes also referred to as a half-strike) is a term used in bowling to indicate that all of the pins have been knocked down after the second ball of a frame ... The symbol for a spare is a slash mark (/) ... A "spare" is awarded when no pins are left standing after the second ball of a frame i.e ...
The Reawakening - Track Listing
... One" – 335 "Internal Examination" – 307 "Spare Parts" – 315 "Spare Parts" (Namshubofenki Mix)* – 327 "Spare Parts" (Bazooka Mix)* - 423 "Caught ...
Spare Me Records
... Spare Me Records was an independent record label based in Williamsburg, New York, active between 1996 and 2002 ... Spare Me released music by such artists as M Coast, Pumpernickel, Gem w/Jenny Mae, Sinkcharmer, Bevis Frond, The Original Sins, Swearing at Motorists, Espadrille, and The Gerbils ...
Spare Rib (disambiguation)
... Spare rib may mean or refer to Spare ribs, the food Char siu, the more Cantonese cuisine version of spare ribs Spare Rib, a magazine in the United Kingdom ...
Spare Time Machine
... Spare Time Machine is the third album by Pepe Deluxé, released in 2007 ... Spare Time Machine was ranked as one of PopMatters' Slipped Discs 2007 ...

Famous quotes containing the word spare:

    My friend devotes himself to his life, whenever he can find the spare time. His motto is: ‘Don’t just sit there: live!’ So he’s too busy to stand, to walk, to do anything, except to live. He even refused to kiss a girl, when invited, on the grounds that it was time again to be living. Schedules are sacred to him.
    Marvin Cohen, U.S. author and humorist. The Self-Devoted Friend, New Directions (1967)

    Faster or slower as he chanced,
    Sitting or standing as he chose,
    According as he feared to risk
    His neck, or thought to spare his clothes.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    I cannot spare water or wine, Tobacco-leaf, or poppy, or rose;
    From the earth-poles to the line, All between that works or grows,
    Every thing is kin of mine.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)