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bedder

(ˈbɛdə)
n
1. (Education) Brit (at some universities) someone employed by a college to clean students' rooms
2. (Horticulture) a plant that may be grown in a garden bed
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Noun1.bedder - an ornamental plant suitable for planting in a flowerbedbedder - an ornamental plant suitable for planting in a flowerbed
garden plant - any of a variety of plants usually grown especially in a flower or herb garden
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delectable newspaper Trinity, the Roomer, the Bedder, and the Mealer.
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Instructions/Remarks: The Bedder Agrees To Supply The Tendered Stores At The Rates Quoted By Him In Accordance With The Irs Condition Of Contract And Or Special Conditions And Or Other Condition Specified/ Attached With The Tender.
Paul Bedder, one of the film's producers, said: "We have a helicopter crashing into the spire at St Michael's, we're blowing up the cathedral and we're exploding the Council House with a gas leak.
The BBC Worldwide payout comes three years after his company Bedder 6 agreed to sell its 50 per cent stake in Top Gear for a reputed [euro]21million.
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The event sounds similar to that described in the PE article, where Steve Bedder wonders what the outcome would be if more of us contacted schools and offered this.
Billy Bedder said to me: 'I know what you're up to son
He added that Bedder had grown their profits five-fold, and their revenue to PS149million, in five years.
For a pretty meadow effect try spring flowering plants like Blue Bedder (echium vulgare) which produces pink buds but then blooms purple, attracting bees and flowers throughout summer.
When the undergraduate hidalgo had overimbibed, and (upon returning to his rooms) could articulate his Weltschmerz only by profuse emissions of projectile vomit, there the bedder would be, cleaning up the consequent mess without a syllable of reproach.
Phlox drummondii is a little known bedder, out of favour due to its unreliability in wet summers.