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n.1.(Brewing) A horizontal vane revolving over the surface of wort in a cooler, to produce a circular current in the liquor.
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Thus equipped, he summons Herrera and Tinsley, his pupils, to the final demonstration as calmly as though he were ordering his flighter for some mid-day journey to Marseilles.
In what was a mockery of this great game, let alone such a momentous occasion, the crowd eventually tried to decipher someone lobbing a flighter to a batsman they couldn't recognize and simply patted it back or did he miss it-- and then one saw the Australians celebrating the winning of the trophy.
BaE-akE-ehir is not a typical first-time top flighter.
HEALTH PECK Vet studies his patient CLASSIC Model Spitfire FLIGHTER Sasso is battling to fitness
Rankin's waving the welcome flag," says Mary Lou Reed, "`Come here if you're a white flighter.
FLIGHTER Sasso's harness suspended from the ceiling HEALTH PECK Vet studies his patient CLASSIC Model Spitfire
even with Damian; Yesterday; Liz's flighter shade of pale at airport
Inquiries led officers to a property on Flighters Place in the city, where they found an injured 27-year-old woman.
COVENTRY Copsewood failed to make home advantage count in the Coventry Telegraph Challenge Cup as their fellow Midland Combination top flighters Southam United netted a 2-1 last eight triumph at Allard Way.
Either we fight - and say, 'We just encourage problems in society' or the flighters say, 'It only happens to kids on estates'.
GEORDIE regulars at The Flighters pub in New Herrington, near Sunderland, set up a sea fishing club earlier this year in a North Sea area where good catches are harder every year.