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brewster

(ˈbrustɚ)
1. n a beer drinker; a beer drunkard. Fred has become a committed brewster. He pounds one beer after another.
2. n. beer; a can of beer. Toss me a cold brewster, will you?
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Brewster then completed his hat-trick from the penalty spot in stoppage-time after he had been fouled by United States defender Sergino Dest, who was sent-off.
Like, being able to say, 'Daddy's going to come home for the weekend in two weeks,' or we FaceTime a lot," Brewster told (http://www.
He worked his way up from teller to his present position as Brewster branch manager.
For the last twelve years, Brewster has been working as a stuntman and at times a stunt coordinator or fight choreographer, currently doubling "Daredevil.
Brewster was launched in 2012 by founder Steve Greenwood and funded by investor Fred Wilson of Union Square Ventures.
Declan McHugh, group strategic business director for Southdale, said: "We have found a lot of cohesion in working with Brewster Bye Architects and the relationship has gone from strength to strength.
Initially responsible for raising 9,400 bitcoins, Brewster told a manager on his team they were down to 5,000 bitcoins onMarch 18.
Earlier this month, news reports suggested that two customers paid Brewster 15,000 euros and 20,000 for bitcoins, which they claim they never received.
CREDITS: Directed by Joe Brewster, Michele Stephenson.
So, Brewster is homeless this winter, as he has been on and off for decades.
Brewster of Roundwood, Llanedyern, Cardiff, was out with a friend who spotted two men he sometimes played football against, near the nightclubs in Greyfriars Road.
Brewster is the kind of guy that no one understands.
CRAIG BREWSTER says he will know before a ball has been kicked whether Ross County have a chance of winning the Scottish Cup final.
Harry" Brewster over the twenty-four years of their relationship; Brewster matched her letters with a similar number of his own.