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grasser

slang One who shares or reveals compromising information about someone, usually to the authorities. We need to find out who the grasser in our organization is and get rid of him—understand?

grasshead

slang Someone who frequently smokes marijuana. Yeah, I've smoked pot before, but I was never a grasshead or anything.

grasshead

and grasser and grasshopper
n. a marijuana smoker. (Drugs.) The grassheads are taking over this neighborhood. The principle called the “grassers” in and gave them hell.

grasser

verb
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A systematic review of English publications conducted by Grasser et al.
In addition, Colin and Grasser (2011) introduce relevant theoretical concern when questioning whether the emphasis attributed to the current competency referential, reduced to individual competencies, would conflict with collective competencies, and they mention Allouche and Gilbert (as cited in Colin & Grasser, 2011) by pointing out the contradiction between the individualization of human resources management and the emphasis on the development of social capital which would, in turn, require a collective management style.
and Grasser, L., 2012, On violation management: lessons from aviation, International Journal for Care of the Injured, 43, 386-393.
"The anchor institutions in our community and in the surrounding communities we serve are very important to us and to our customers," said Shayla Grasser, MTC's sales and marketing manager.
Elmar Grasser, COO at Sunrise, said, "NEC's indoor box solution is ideally suited to helping Sunrise's customers boost their mobile signal at home so we can continue to deliver the best possible network experience across Switzerland."
Featured Article: Pfeffer S, Sewer A, Lagos-Quintana M, Sheridan R, Sander C, Grasser FA, van Dyk LF, Ho CK, Shuman S, Chien M, Russo JJ, Ju J, Randall G, Lindenbach BD, Rice CM, Simon V, Ho DD, Zavolan M, Tuschl T.
Family-run Trade Effluent Services (TES) is proposing to construct the facility at the former Grasser Works site in Factory Road, Sandycroft.
'The religious context may have waned but the art historical context is increasingly adding value.' The gallery has a work attributed to Erasmus Grasser (1450-1518), a Holy Knight (possibly St Florian) dated 1470-1515.
She and her politician husband Karl-Heinz Grasser took the kitten back home with them to Innsbruck, Austria.
Scholars of the epicedia and epitaphia written in Latin and Classical Greek by German humanists and academics--here may be mentioned the thirteen Latin funeral poems of Eobanus Hessus written between 1508 and 1531 (admirably discussed in Ingeborg Grasser's Die Epicedien-Dichtung des Helius Eobanus Hessus, 1994) and Johannes Posselius the Elder's Epitaphia clarorum et piorum aliquot hominum of 1565--will find in Linton's book valuable insights into and points of comparison with the vernacular Lutheran tradition of lamentation.
The supervisory board is now composed of Karl-Heinz Grasser, Marcus Mautner Markhof, Franz Fuchs, Fritz Schweiger, Thomas Lachs and newly-elected Hubert Cussigh and Hans Zavesky.
According to Grasser, 1976, the reaction time to voice is between 0.11-0.24 sec; and according to Zaciorskij (1973) the reaction time to light is between 0.1-0.24 sec.
Survivors include three sons, Arthur of Boise, Roger of Wilkesboro, N.C., and Patrick of San Francisco; three daughters, Ruth Ann Vu of Wilsonville, Donna Marie Koza of Portland and Mari Jean Baker of Portola Valley, Calif.; two siblings, Philip Wolf of Dickinson and Delores Grasser of Louisville, Colo.; 13 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Dubai: After the arrest and 100-million-euro (Dh486.22 billion) record bail of Austria's top banker Julius Meinl V, as reported by Gulf News, Austria's former finance minister Karl-Heinz Grasser has gotten into trouble regarding his business relationship with Meinl's investment companies.
(International sales: Celluloid Dreams, Paris.) Produced by Helmut Grasser.