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Spittle also worked as a Business Development Manager for a manufacturer in the commercial audio industry.
Both had been signed on loan deals, with Pearce moving from Halesowen Town and Spittle from Redditch United, but team boss Rod Brown has sealed moves to the end of April as he seeks to consolidate the club's bid for a topthree place.
REDDITCH: Lewis, Spittle, Asa Charlton, Briscoe, Rowe-Turner, Hands, Byrne, Story, Hay, Danials, Beswick.
Spittle bug is another name for froghopper, tiny creatures who take in the sap of plants at this time of year before they emerge into brown beetles in August with a capability of being long jump champions.
It's there in the spittle and square chin of Bill Cowher, the ruthlessness of Bill Belichick, and the squinty glare of Jon Gruden.
However, it's also one of the ugliest when fans spend too much time swapping insults, coins and spittle.
The Rev Robin Spittle, 46, of All Saints Church, Kesgrave, Suffolk, is inviting his parishioners to join him for four classes, each one focusing on one of the four main characters - Homer, Marge, Bart and Lisa.
AGENTS DTZ Residential tips Birmingham for future growth -although local director Andrew Spittle admits massive rises of 26pc in 2002 and around 15pcin 2003.
The ETB Business and Industry Panel, under the chairmanship of Graham Spittle, IBM vice president for Business Integration Development and director of the IBM Hursley Laboratory, set out the blueprint for this new approach at the Panel's inaugural meeting.
Little Drayton took full advantage of the extra men with goals in the closing stages through Darren Spittle and Sean Ingram.
A more contemporary British writer, poet and playwright Robert Bolt once put the following words in the mouth of Thomas More: "If (God) suffers us to fall to such a case that there is no escaping, then we may stand to our tackle as best we can and yes, then we may clamour like champions if we have the spittle for it.
Prompted by spittle from the caterpillar, the wounded tobacco plant lofts a chemical scent into the air that tells the parasitic wasps where to find a nice, juicy meal.