brimmer

brimmer

(ˈbrɪmə)
n
a vessel, such as a glass or bowl, filled to the brim
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answered the warrior, and did his host reason in a similar brimmer.
He crossed Charles Street between jangling street cars and shelving lumber drays, and after a moment of uncertainty wound into Brimmer Street.
No wonder, then, that they made a straight wake for the whale's mouth --the bar --when the wrinkled little old Jonah, there officiating, soon poured them out brimmers all round.
Brimmer, 35, Sparta, arrested December 11, 2017 by Randolph County Sheriffs Office on a Randolph County warrant for aggravated driving under the influence of alcohol.
The list released yesterday adds four more - striker Jack Dunn, midfielders Jake Brimmer and Madger Gomes and full-back Kane Lewis.
LIVERPOOL: Andy Firth, Corey Whelan, Lloyd Jones, Jordan Williams, Tom Brewitt, Joe Maguire, Sam Hart, Conor Masterson, Kane Lewis, Matt Virtue, Adam Phillips, Madger Gomes, Paulo Alves, Jake Brimmer, Herbie Kane, Harry Wilson, Ryan Kent, Toni Gomes, Brooks Lennon, Jack Dunn.
Tenders are invited for construction and maintenance of road from brimmer to matigund stage-ii (balance work )package no.
When the noise died down, Brimmer took a more serious tone.
Exercising a 'right of Reply' to the statement made by Ms Esther Brimmer, US Assistant Secretary of State for international organisations during the High Level Segment of the 22nd Human Rights Council today ( 26 February 2013), Ms.
Mr Campbell told the Sunderland FC player, from Derry, to stick to soccer after he said his favourite song is the group's rendition of the Broad Black Brimmer.
Kelly Sullivan, a US Airways spokeswoman who works for public-relations firm Joele Frank, Wilkinson Brimmer Katcher, also declined to comment.
We have been working on this project for over a year and I believe we are now on the fast track," Kenneth Brimmer, chief executive officer of HDI, told the Reporter-News.