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heister

(ˈhɑɪstɚ)
n. a drunkard, who lifts or heists drinks. Two old heisters were lifting drink after drink and tossing them down.
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Much of the concrete asbestos board was collected by Desler last year under mandates from the DEQ, but at some point the removal stopped and some of the asbestos was hauled back to the site from a landfill for nonpayment, Heister said.
Heister, Karani, Poore, Sinha and Selrod (1999) discuss concurrent World Bank experiences with baselines.
Heister spricht einerseits davon, dass Werk und Leben Hartmanns im Prinzip gut erforscht seien, es andererseits aber noch ausserordentlich viel zu erforschen gebe (S.
As an established millwork operation, Heister Millwork's knife room has an extensive collection of cutters and profile knives.
Dan Heister of the EPA's Emergency Response Unit in Portland has visited the Sweet Home property at least twice now, most recently on Tuesday when he took more samples and did another walk-through with Desler, Heister said.
Ding GC, Heuer H, Zuhlke S, Spiteller M, Pronk GJ, Heister K, Kogel-Knabner 1, Smalla K (2010) Soil type-dependent responses to phenanthrene as revealed by determining the diversity and abundance of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon ring-hydroxylating dioxygenase genes by using a novel PCR detection system.
The author is grateful for comments and insights from Charles DiLeva, Johannes Heister, Benedict Kingsbury, Ernestine Meijer, Richard Stewart, Christopher Stone, Charlotte Streck, and Nattley Williams.
Lora Heister, owner of Pet People in Granada Hills, has had the same reaction from her customers.
Heister Dean Guie, a writer for the Yakima city newspaper, helped her along, and McWhorter continued to offer encouragement.
Cooke bt Wijers 11-6, 11-7, 15-13; Drinkhall lost to Heister 3-11, 5-11, 8-11; Rushton bt Janssen 11-4, 7-11, 11-3, 11-8; Cooke lost to Heister 7-11, 11-6, 8-11, 11-7, 11-13; Drinkhall beat Wijers 11-4, 11-7, 6-11, 11-7.
Much of Illinois is agrarian with fence rows and corridors for movement (Neely and Heister, 1987).
Four exploratory studies (Kirchdorfer and Heister, 1983; Riebenfeld and Borzone, 1986; Grontved et al.
First of all, one should not consider music consumption independently from the respective society and cultural system (Adorno, 1962; Heister, 1993; Rosing & Oerter, 1993).