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belcher

(ˈbɛltʃɚ)
1. n. a beer drinker. Look at the belly on that belcher!
2. n. a hard drinker; a drunkard. A couple of belchers wandered in about midnight. Other than that, the night is dead.
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His barrister Stephen Constantine said that Belcher was "well aware" of the sentencing guidelines in his case.
Named for a Costa Rican baby sloth who inspired founders Greg Belcher and Leslie Vogt to slow down, Sid Wiggy's Coconut Creations "is ice cream made without dairy," Belcher says.
JAILED AND BANNED: Michael Belcher ; TOUGH TALK: London Underground said it would always push for strong penalties against thuggish behaviour
The Diamonds personify the Belcher Award and the attributes of its recipients," said Gary Carnes, CEO of All Children's Hospital and Foundation.
Furthermore, Belcher explains, "significant increases in costs for efficiency upgrades and the additional increase in home price to accommodate them has the potential to harm the part of the market with the least flexibility to react to price constraints: the marginal first-time homebuyer.
Dworkin has been with Belcher Swanson since 2006 and has practiced law in Bellingham for more than seven years.
today announced that Schering-Plough , has filed a lawsuit against the Company and its wholly owned subsidiary, Belcher Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Belcher of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and her colleagues work with a virus called M13.
The studies, conducted by researchers led by Scott Belcher at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, investigated an estrogen-mediated extracellular signal-regulated kinase system in developing rat cerebella neurons.
Sam Belcher is one of the industry's leading blow molding experts.
The additional service is due to an 18% increase in passenger growth and more reliable trains, said managing director Charles Belcher.
What we see this as is a service to the community and hopefully to the Northwest to provide a variety of programs for all sectors of the community in the area of leadership ethics and social responsibility," said Allen Belcher, associate dean of business and management at NCC.
Nature Morte opened on East Tenth Street in 1982, the inspiration of two recent Parsons graduates, Alan Belcher and Peter Nagy.
Belcher (1999) reported her observation of NNES and their participation in an online newsgroup and claimed that NNES did not see themselves as disadvantaged.
We're underdogs, but we don't really care about that,'' senior pitcher Billy Belcher said.