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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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As an established millwork operation, Heister Millwork's knife room has an extensive collection of cutters and profile knives.
100-108; Matthias Heister, Rentabilitatsanalyse von Investitionen (profitability analysis of investment projects), Westdeutscher Verlag, Koln, Germany, 1962; Heinz Lothar Grob, Capital Budgeting with Financial Plans: An Introduction, Gabler, Wiesbaden, Germany, 1993.
The issue is this: "We're moving material that's at the heart of the investigation," Heister said.
Gels are inherently safer than liquids because they don't leak, said Stephen Heister, Purdue University professor of aeronautics and astronautics.
Heister, Johannes, Patrick Karani, Kerri Poore, Chandra Shekhar Sinha and Rolf Selrod.
In the third move of game one, Mujeeb Rahman, an office manager, came up with "heister" for 81 points, giving him a healthy start.
Among the foreign critics was Sweden's Chris Heister, of the conservative party, Moderaterna, who told the Danish broadsheet newspaper, Politiken, that "it is a picture with a very strong message, and as we all know, a picture speaks more than a thousand words" (qtd.
Similarly, one of William Hunter's introductory lectures to students states that the study of anatomy "informs the Head, guides the hand, and familiarizes the heart to a kind of necessary Inhumanity." (11) Again and again, accounts illustrate the importance of becoming "reconciled" to such "necessary Inhumanity." According to Lorenz Heister's A General System of Surgery (1745),
* Heister, David, "Trends in High-speed Backplane Design," RTC Magazine, January 2007.
Heister Dean Guie, a writer for the Yakima city newspaper, helped her along, and McWhorter continued to offer encouragement.
The consumption and effects of music occur in an "area of tension" between different factors that Palmgreen, Wenner and Rosengren (1985) examined in their "general media gratification model." First of all, one should not consider music consumption independently from the respective society and cultural system (Adorno, 1962; Heister, 1993; Rosing & Oerter, 1993).
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., 1988; Schmid et al., 1994) investigating the incidence of nausea and vomiting caused by traveling (one of which has been confirmatory, Schmid et al., 1994) showed that powdered ginger was as effective as other antiemetics and possibly better than placebo in reducing motion sickness.