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ga·ter

 (gā′tər)
n. Informal
Variant of gator.

gater

(ˈɡeɪtə)
n
(Animals) a variant of gator
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Worcester's best effort came from Connor Gater, whose 20-yard drive was tipped over by George Long early on.
However Gater wrapped up the points in fine fashion, picking up the ball just inside the Corby half and having spotted the home keeper slightly off his line, hit a perfect strike to leave the stopper stranded.
Brigitte Gater, operational director of children's services for Action for Children in Wales, said "It's troubling to see that so many parents feel isolated.
Ms Gater said these can offer a crucial lifeline to parents who feel isolated by providing somewhere to meet and make friends.
Speedway is a confidence sport and what we don't want is for someone like Hans, who I would class as a gater, to have a bad heat one and then for his head to go down.
DR[euro]nGER, an international leader in safety and medical technology, has welcomed Rachel Gater to the team.
Christophe Gater, Director of British-based property agency ' New Estate', believes this is an increasing problem.
Ann Gater from Nantwich will give a demonstration of flower arranging.
Ann Gater of Nantwich gives a demonstration called I Can See A Rainbow to Benllech Flower Club, 7.
TEAM: From left, Ricky McConnell, Ali Hussain, Kashif Wahid, Joseph Sullivan, Ehsan Hussain, Damon Hughes, Liam Gater and Larayb Khan.
According to researcher James Gater, that is because a full flavoured coffee needs a lighter snack to accompany it.
Now it has made a triumphant return thanks to a young trainee, Master Rocking Horse maker Jenny Gater, based at the Victorian Museum village Blist's Hill at Ironbridge.