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metayer

(ˌmɛtəˈjeɪ)
n
(Historical Terms) a tenant farmer who cultivates land under the metayage system
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Barrington-Trimis JL, Cockburn M, Metayer C, Gauderman WJ, Wiemels J, McKean-Cowdin R.
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Keynote speakers at EL2013 will include Gideon Amichay, Delcan Hill, Lior Zoref, Georges Nahon, Hamish Taylor, Estelle Metayer and Graham Peaker.
Determined to get their point over, a group of students, who include John Lynch-lookalike Clement Metayer, take things too far and the consequence of that is that they clear off, hoping that things will die down and that they'll escape punishment.