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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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But Brewster is nearing a bigger stage, the September 25 visit to MK Dons to take on the League One hosts likely to provide Jurgen Klopp a chance to rotate his resources, with the youngster among those waiting eagerly in the wings.
Having initially started his youth career atChelsea, Brewster moved to Liverpool's academy in 2014, and has since made a name for himself as one of the Reds' brightest young prospects.
Klopp's savvy management behind the scenes has already helped Brewster feel part of the set-up.
Thanks to increased investment, Brewster Bros forecasts an annual turnover of PS3m at the plant, which will boost the local economy and provide further job opportunities on top of all 20 job roles retained from the previous owner.
It's been a long way back for the talented teenager and Brewster revealed he thought about quitting football during some of his lower moments of the past 12 months.
Brewster: Mexican food, specifically from Beartooth Theatre Pub & Grill.
The arrest follows an investigation that began when Brewster brought her dog Ernie, a Shih Tzu, to Golf Rose Animal Hospital on May 26 and a veterinarian observed that the paw was hanging on by matted hair but no longer attached to the body, authorities said.
Brewster will now compete for a place in Klopp's first team in pre-season and will be given the chance to show his worth when he is fully fit.
UniPermacultura said the couple did not know whether Ms Brewster had simply left without saying goodbye or had gone to meditate in nearby woods as she had done in the past.
Jordana Brewster and husband Andrew Form put in effort to make their marriage work.
at the existing brewster fire and rescue department headquarters, 1657 main st., brewster, ma.
Los Angeles, CA, April 02, 2016 --(PR.com)-- In a recent interview, Chris Brewster spoke about how being a stuntman and working in the martial arts have similarities that go beyond the obvious of requiring body sense and air awareness coordination, strength and stamina, at times he is stunt doubling in scenes non stop for 16 hours a day or more.
24 March 2016 - US-based contact management platform provider FullContact has acquired competitor contact management firm Brewster, the company said.