Christer


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Christ·er

 (krī′stər)
n. Offensive
Used as a disparaging term for a Christian.
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Cathy Christer, partner at Godwin Austen Johnson (GAJ), says that clients nowadays are looking for good quality solutions with optimised costs.
Christer Ljungwall is a faculty member of Copenhagen Business School, Denmark.
Christer Holloman is the author of The Social Media MBA and has been head of digital development at the Times and Sunday Times before helping to launch the $40m start-up glassdoor.
Porsche AG, Stuttgart, has appointed Christer Ekberg as managing director, effective as of 1st of September.
Christer John, a fourth-grader, had a close brush with death when a man driving a Toyota Land Cruiser hit him at the corner of Abu Baqer Assedique and Salahuddin Roads around 6pm.
INSURANCE group RSA has appointed Mark Christer as managing director of its UK Personal Lines division which includes the Liverpool-based general insurance arm More Th>n.
SECOND-SEASON sire Needwood Blade has been transferred from Mickley Stud in Shropshire to stand at Christer Schildt's Ljungstorps Stud in Sweden next year in a deal brokered by Swedish bloodstock agent Christer Ljung.
We could be talking about a large number of species that have existed undiscovered because they resemble other known species," said Professor Christer Erseus.
Hilary and Carl Christer, who sat on Derwentside District council, say their actions are in protest at the increased levy proposed to fund the new Stanley Town Council.
Hilary and Carl Christer, who sat on Derwentside Council, said it was in protest at the increased levy for the new Stanley Town Council.