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rutter

(ˈrʌtə)
n
1. (Historical Terms) archaic a type of cavalry soldier
2. obsolete a swindler
3. (Forestry) US and Canadian a lumberjack's plough
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The last glimpse of the routed Simpson tribe, and the last Rutter of their tattered garments, disappeared in the dim distance.
I'm not so sure," said Raffles, blowing a meditative puff; "as a matter of fact, I was thinking less of myself than of that poor devil of a Jack Rutter.
But I don't want to get off scotfree," cried Rutter hysterically.
Now under the third generation of family leadership, Rutter's operates 60 convenience stores throughout Central Pennsylvania and a dairy business serving the Mid-Atlantic region with Scott Hartman as President and CEO, Todd Rutter as President of Rutter's Dairy, and Tim Rutter as President of M&G Realty.
Indeed, except for some inaccurate comments about the salmon spawning process (Hedgpeth, 1941) and his false notion (see Rutter, 1904a) that hatcheries can restore diminished salmon runs (Black, 2003), virtually all of Rutter's careful biological observations appear to have withstood the test of time, and he continues to be cited for his original fisheries research and analyses (Dunlop et al.
2013 TOTAL INCOME FROM ALL CATEGORIES Bader Rutter & Associates $30,904 Osborn Barr $21,466 Weber Shandwick $21,451 Colle+McVoy $17,800 Gibbs & Soell, Inc.
The main event, the Open Singles, was won after Harland defeated the holder Martin Rutter, 3-1 in the semi-final and another Ormesby player, Dave Ashwell, in straight games in the final.
READER OFFER 12 December 2013 2 days from PS109 Join John Rutter as he brings together the beautiful voices of the choir and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra to raise the roof of the Royal Albert Hall with a glittering selection of Christmas carols, choral pieces and orchestral work.
Mark Rutter rammed his way though a security screen and lashed out with a pair of scissors.
CHARLIE RUTTER, a former Cardiff City footballer who went on to run a pet shop in the Central Market for 45 years, has died aged 84.
LAW firm Keith Evans & Company has acquired Chepstow-based Barnes Rutter Richards.
Rutter develops a novel and powerful approach to the issue of the 'end of art' that has dominated scholarship on Hegel's aesthetics for the past thirty years.