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DeFazio's spur-of-the-moment application was successful, launching a political career that eventually resulted in his election to the Board of Commissioners for Lane County.
Krystal Bennett was nominated for prom king at Ferndale High School in Washington State Its a spur-of-the-moment idea.
On the basketball court, he could execute spur-of-the-moment shots from just about anywhere on the floor--and make them.
Sure, the spur-of-the-moment outings are a thing of the past.
For example, you can establish a minimum loan of $1,000, which allows participants access to funds for many purposes but eliminates the problem of participants applying for smaller spur-of-the-moment loans, which require the same administrative attention as larger ones.
Pete Fromm was a brash 20-year-old college kid when he made a spur-of-the-moment decision to forego his senior year at the University of Montana in favor of spending the seven coldest months of the year alone in a canvas tent high in the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness.
Our survey showed that, as a result of buying gift cards last year, 50 percent of consumers spent less time shopping during the holidays and 41 percent bought fewer spontaneous, spur-of-the-moment items," said Frank.
An off-duty police officer caught a man who carried out a "stupid" spur-of-the-moment theft.
Darren apologises for his behaviour, which was a spur-of-the-moment reaction after being barracked during the game by the Lancashire fans.