Heaper


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Heap´er

    (hēp´ẽr)
n.1.One who heaps, piles, or amasses.
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Process of ammoniation could use urea as the chemical material to be heaper in price and to prevent pollution.
At the beginning, PEPFAR did not plan to procure heaper genetic ARVs produced in the developing world.
However, it chooses to sacrifice its Leeds plant, rather than the rumoured target of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, saying it is c heaper to employ Geordies.
Plus you can see this tactic of heaping scorn on pretensions to those old commercial virtues of authority and sincerity - thus (1) shielding the heaper of scorn from scorn and (2) congratulating the patron of scorn for rising above the mass of people who still fall for outmoded pretensions - employed to serious advantage on many of the television programs the commercials support.
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While they were forced to raise their selling price they are facing competition from refilling depots that could offer a much heaper price.