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sparing

1. The use of one medicine in place of another, usually to prevent side effects from high doses of the first medicine (e.g., steroid-sparing).
2. Protective; said of certain surgical operations that preserve vital tissues and their function.
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The Spar stores represent the highly successful 'multi-format Spar strategy,' which will have Spar Hypermarkets, Supermarkets and Express stores.
Gordon Campbell, Managing Director, SPAR International told media after signing the agreement in Muscat.
Convenience retail is changing rapidly and at SPAR, we want to be at the front of the pack in leading this change and to help our retailers be even better and more successful than they already are.
We are working on exciting strategies to develop the Spar business and I look forward to the challenge of guiding the strategic thinking of Spar.
With SPAR wines continuing to impress wine lovers everywhere, new additions mean that the range has never looked, or tasted, better.
Initially, we are looking at big cities in the country, since organized retailing has just begun here; and then we will move into tier-II and III cities," said Gordon R Campbell, managing director, Spar International.
And with nearly 400 stores throughout Scotland, there's sure to be a SPAR near you.
To celebrate the Ramadan spirit, Spar has launched its 'Shop & Win' promotion across its three outlets in Bausher, Al Khuwayr and MQ.
Spar International is developing Spar throughout the Middle East in a cooperative venture with the Abu Dhabi Cooperative Society, or Adcoops.
Debbie Robinson, SPAR UK Managing Director, said Penwortham marks a hugely innovative move for SPAR.
SPAR International is offering lucky winners the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel the world and report back on SPAR in countries all over the globe - 14 countries in 4 continents in 4 months
The first Spar hypermarkets, in Beijing and Delhi, opened in September 2010 and in January this year, while the Eurospar format was rolled out to more countries in Europe.