smithers


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smithers

(ˈsmɪðəz)
pl n
another word for smithereens
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said the lady abbess, as the aforesaid Miss Smithers proceeded to go into hysterics of four young lady power.
Lor, Miss Smithers, dear,' said the other nine-and-twenty boarders.
I wish Bill Smithers had trod on my hand, in- steader me treddin' on his'n.
The old lady nearly blowed us into shivers and smithers, many times.
Oswald, my second (ten and a half), is the child who contributed two and nine-pence to the Great National Smithers Testimonial.
Kieran Smithers, 20, spent 10 days in hospital after the 3am attack by semi-pro Josh Clack, 24.
Smithers Rapra has a unique mix of on-site expertise and facilities, enabling the application of an integrated approach to problem solving.
Smithers shared with fellow historian Rose Stremlau a frustration that, though the events of Cherokee removal from their traditional homelands in what is today the American Southeast during the late 1830s are well-known, "before and after removal, the Cherokee diaspora went undocumented" (4).
Bryan Smithers, who was 79, was killed as a result of a two-car collision on the B4312 between the villages of Johnstown and Llansteffan on Tuesday night.
With a 10,000-square-foot addition, Smithers Rapra is expanding its Freedom Street facility, to boost its ability of testing the attributes of various tires.
Smithers Rapra is engaged in partnering an EU sponsored four year project called FoAM-BUILD, developing novel ETICS External Thermal Insulation Composite Systems.
JLL has hired Susanne Smithers as a senior project manager.