Springer is the name of several places in the United States:

  • Springer, New Mexico
  • Springer, Oklahoma
  • Springer Mountain, southern terminus of the Appalachian Trail

Springer may also refer to:

  • In cattle, a cow or heifer near to calving
  • Springer (surname) for a list of people
  • Springer Science+Business Media, a worldwide publishing group based in Germany, including the company formerly known as Springer-Verlag
  • Springer Publishing, an American publisher
  • Axel Springer AG, important conservative German publishing house
  • Springer Opera House, Columbus, Georgia
  • Springer (EP), a 2003 record by the Danish music band Efterklang
  • Springer (Transformers), a Transformers character
  • Springer (tank), a small demolition vehicle of the German Wehrmacht in WW2
  • Springer (architecture), the first voussoir of an arch
  • Springer (UK narrowboat), one of first mass-produced recreational canal boats (Market Harborough, Leics '70s 80s. early 90s)
  • Springer fork, a type of motorcycle fork
  • Springer, an interstellar teleporter featured in A Million Open Doors, a science fiction novel by John Barnes
  • English Springer Spaniel, a breed of dog
  • Welsh Springer Spaniel, a breed of dog
  • Springer (orca), a wild orca (killer whale) also known as A73
  • The Jerry Springer Show
  • The British Army's name for the Tomcar
  • A Piece Playground equipment supported by large vertically mounted springs designed with one or more seats for children to sit on

Other articles related to "springer":

Carol Springer
... Carol Springer served as State Treasurer of Arizona from January 1999 until January 2003 ... Dee Hull, Secretary of State Betsey Bayless, Attorney General Janet Napolitano, Springer, and Superintendent of Public Instruction Lisa Graham Keegan ... Springer served as an Arizona State Senator for District 1 between 1990 and 1998 ...
Springer V. United States - Background
... Springer had filed a Federal income tax return for the tax year 1865 showing $50,798 in income and $4,799 in income tax, but refused to pay the tax ... Springer's income was from two sources income in his profession as an Attorney at law, and interest income on United States bonds ... After Springer's failure to pay the tax, the Federal tax collector advertised Springer's properties for sale to satisfy the tax liability ...
Springer V. United States - Rulings
... an opinion written by Justice Swayne, The Supreme Court agreed with Springer that the recital of the Act of Congress in the deed was incorrect, and that the Act of Congress ... The Court rejected Springer's argument that the 1864 Act did not authorize the sale by the tax collector ... The Court then upheld the unapportioned income tax imposed under the 1864 Act, rejecting William Springer's argument that the income tax was a "direct tax" within the meaning of Article I ...
Sasha Springer-Jones
... Sasha Springer-Jones (born March 17, 1978 in Port-of-Spain) is a track and field sprint athlete who competes internationally for Trinidad and Tobago ... Springer-Jones represented Trinidad and Tobago at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing ...
Statistical Relational Learning - Resources
... Springer, 2006 Rodrigo de Salvo Braz, Eyal Amir, and Dan Roth A Survey of First-Order Probabilistic Models, Innovations in Bayesian Networks, volume 156 of Studies in Computational Intelligence, Springer, 2008 Hassan ...