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dimber damber upright man

obsolete slang The leader of a band of thieves, miscreants, or gypsies. He walked through the town, this dimber damber upright man, quietly marking people as targets for his band of rogues who lurked in the shadows.
See also: man, upright
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High School Chongi No 22, High School Damber, Govt.
Phurba Tamang, a Nepali climber, were also brought to Kathmandu for treatment, Damber Parajuli, chairman of the Expedition Operators Association Nepal was quoted as saying by The Himalayan Times .
Lindgren PR, Backstrom T, Cajander S, Damber MG, Mahlck CG, Zhu D, et al.
26] Hammarsten J, Damber JE, Karlsson M, Knutson T, Ljunggren O, Ohlsson C, et al Insulin and free oestradiol are independent risk factors for benign prostatic hyperplasia.
Second Honors: Mary Baker, Yog Dahal, Dori Del Valle, Sandra Doku, Brianna Donahue, Tee Greene, Daniel Gutkey, Nguyet Ho, Hanan Ibraheim, Adalaigha Lambert, Yaniz Lopez Colon, Amy Ly, Man Magar, Jenny Mai, Allegra Montecalvo, Phylis Mukundi, Reshma Neupane, Caitlin Palmer, Jahnvi Patel, Huu Pham, Joanna Phinney, Michael Pichardo, Damber Poudel, Kathy Quang, Paola Solano and Min Yang.
Session 4 on Aging and Testing will include the following presentations: "Nitrogen inflation for passenger car and light truck tires," John Daws, Daws Engineering; "Gas transport in the tire aging test and intra-carcass pressure issues," Vladimir Kerchman, Kumho; "The role of tire overturning moment in steering," Douglas Blue, Ford Motor; and "Developing the next generation in tire testing," James Cuttino, Damber Ridge LLC.
Security forces carried out search operation in Bara Banda, Shahdhand Banda and successfully established link up at Damber Sar.
Damber Ghaly, chief co-ordinator of the protest for the Gurkhas United Front, handed back his six medals, including his MBE.
Damber Ghaly, chief coordinator of the protest for the Gurkhas United Front, handed back his six medals, including his MBE.
The book does mention that Damber Shamsher, the Shamsher brother, who fired the first shot in the 1885 murder of their uncle Maharaja Ranoddip Singh, was probably also the first Nepalese photographer.
Bran O, Damber JE, Emanuelsson M, Kristoffersson U, Lundgren R, Olsson H, et al.
Landstrom M, Eklov S, Colosetti P, Nilsson S, Damber JE, Bergh A, Funa K.