fretter


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fretter

(ˈfrɛtə)
n
a person who, or thing which, frets
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as she jumped down with her bundles, while he reflected, looking over her slight person: "She don't look much on housework, but she ain't a fretter, anyhow.
Colton Fretter got the opener on an early Sheffield powerplay as the puck bounced off Brian Stewart's pads right on to his stick.
They outshot Devils 14-5 in the third, but could only find their way past Ben Bowns at 44-26 when Colton Fretter scored.
David Hewer, Hewer Builders Ltd; Jason Fretter, Tandem Projects; and Dawn Reynolds, WH
Jamie Milam and Ned Lukacevic cancelled out strikes from She"eld's Mike Forney and Colton Fretter but a late mistake allowed Robert Dowd to grab a winner.
Felicia Medina, Sanford Heisler Kimpel's California Managing Partner, and Xinying Valerian, Senior Litigation Counsel in the firm's San Francisco office, represent Denise Fretter and Maria Korsgaard, individually and on behalf of a class of similarly situated female employees.
Operations director Dave Fretter said: " The business is going really well and we are now able to expand our help teams to continue our high level of customer service.
Operations director of Axa Insurance Dave Fretter said: "The business is going really well and we are now able to expand our swiftcover.
Mike Moore was called for the rare clipping penalty in the second period, upending Colton Fretter in front of the Sharks bench.
Regional Guide to International Conflict and Management from 1945 to 2003 by Jacob Bercovitch and Judith Fretter.
Most pets adapt really well while I am there" he says; AT EASE: Lee's photograph of a labrador called Murphy and of Raffles, a Maine coon cat; ONE MAN AND HIS DOG: Lee Fretter with his own cocker spaniel, Gibson.
The wide diversity of structural and ecological complexity in gastropods is reflected in the wide range of reproductive and developmental modes (for reviews see Fretter & Graham 1994).