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.
He first saved from Colton Fretter as he stormed through on goal to find himself one-on-one, and Nie made a superb double save as he blocked Tim Wallace on the rebound.
Steelers were without suspended Colton Fretter and Joonas Ronnberg, who has returned to his native Finland.
Seven letter derived palindromes: Type A: Type A (regular inflection) CARRACK NIMMING TILLETE HALLAHS MALAYALAMS FRETTER NIPPING TREKKER PULLUPS NAURUANS GRAMMAR SUFFUSE TERRETS RACE CARS PRESSER TANNATE MURDRUMS ROTATORS
Yachting World's Helen Fretter, said: "The Mirror had to be on the list.
For example, Thomas suggests that Mary Prince's application to join London's Fretter Lane Moravian congregation is evidence that "her conversion was more than nominal or instrumental in worldly terms, that Moravianism satisfied some of her spiritual and personal needs" (p.
I'm actually a fretter, or someone who overreacts when it comes to risks and dangers.
Staff and residents hold a party at Elizabeth House for Carol Fretter who retired.
David Hewer, Hewer Builders Ltd; Jason Fretter, Tandem Projects; and Dawn Reynolds, WH
Bruno, now 89 and in a wheelchair, was accompanied to the service on Sunday by his son Peter Hansen and his daughter Alicia Fretter.
Bruno, now 89 and in a wheelchair, was accompanied by his son Peter and his daughter Alicia Fretter.
Colton Fretter put the English side in front with a snap-shot.