eggler

eggler

(ˈɛɡlə)
n
(Professions) archaic or dialect an egg dealer: sometimes itinerant
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David Eggler, CEO at Permcos added: "The raw materials of Clariant Active Ingredients are a perfect extension of the current Permcos portfolio and we are extremely happy about this new cooperation.
See also Bruce Eggler, Claiborne Avenue Expressway Demolition Gets Support in Report, TIMES-PICAYUNE (July 22, 2010, 3:30 PM) http://www.
One reporter published the names of the players he thought needed to be released, including John Fox, Bill Gallagher, Dave Eggler, and Kick Kelly.
Eggler (1963) was the first to notice that colonization in arenales was proceeding slowly in comparison with other areas affected by volcanic ash.
Eggler and Uehlinger ("Ein bemerkenswertes Siegel aus dem perserzeitlichen Amman"), Bickel ("Zur Ikonographie der Amarnazeit"), Oman ("The Revadim Plaque Type"), Kaelin ("'Agypten als Modell im I.
Eggler noted that "dozens of speakers indicated they were concerned about continuing the high level of public participation they said went into the drafting of the citywide plan" (p.
15) Bruce Eggler, The Times-Picayune, "Officials raise stink over trash; Slow pickup is 'crisis,' councilwoman says," May 4, 2006.
Smith opens against Markus Eggler from the Swiss Olympic bronze squad.
A series of dismal performances renewed suspicions of gambling, perhaps heightened by the team's financial backers' decision to abandon fielding a salaried team in favor of an experimental system wherein four players--Dave Eggler, John Hatfield, Nat Hicks, and Bobby Mathews--received salaries while the others shared a portion of the gate receipts.
Table 9 Schoenoplectetum tabernaemontani Soo 1947 (1-3) Bolboschoenetum maritimi Eggler 1933 (5-12) (Cirsio brachycephali-Bolboschoenion, Bolboschoenetalia, Phragmito-Magno-Caricetea) Potamogeton pectinatus-Myriophyllum spicatum comm.