hidder

hidder

(ˈhɪdə)
n
(Animals) dialect a young ram
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The hidder company has to submit the brochure/catalogue of the equipment indicating the make / model of equipment to be supplied and specifications matching same to same with as mentioned in the attached Equipment specifications pertaining to the demanded equipment.
er 'glorify,' sibbeah 'praise,' and hidder 'praise, exalt,' when referring to God's greatness.
Andelocia: By my trat, and by Saint Patrickes hand, and as Creez save me la, tis no dissembler: de Irish man now and den cut di countrie-mans throate, but yet in fayt hee love di countrie-man, tis no dissembler: dis feene Tamasco apple can make di sweete countenance, but I can take no lesse but three crownes for one, I weare out my naked legs and my footes, and my tods, and run hidder and didder to Tamasco for dem.
The hidder roots of multilateral influences can be found in the work of Josef Berg in his day.