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ply·er

 (plī′ər)
n.
Variant of plier.

plyer

(ˈplaɪə)
n
(Nautical Terms) nautical obsolete a windward ship
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Noun1.plyer - someone who plies a tradeplyer - someone who plies a trade    
worker - a person who works at a specific occupation; "he is a good worker"
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Such devices come with several applications bundled with pre-installed software, such as a web browser, scheduler, music plyer, photo editor, and an app store that users can buy music or other media, etc [24, 25].
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NEWCASTLE midfielder Jonjo Shelvey has been charged with misconduct by the Football Association after he allegedly used abusive language toward a Wolves plyer that included reference to ethnicity, race or nationality.
Obergefell would have been more promising as a source of increased protections had it cited Plyer v.
I would like to acknowledge The Data Center as sponsoring an earlier iteration of this project for their Katrina series entitled: The New Orleans Index at Ten; Allison Plyer, Elaine Ortiz, and Whitney Soenksen provided invaluable editorial assistance throughout.
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The posse comitatus is familiar enough to the Supreme Court that it figured in part of the questioning during oral argument in Plyer v.
Plyer requires such a law to "further[] some substantial goal of the state.
31) The PWORA itself does not address a states' obligation to grant all aliens equal access to education under the Supreme Court's decision in Plyer v.
Characteristics of Treatment of comparators: comparators: Plyer All persons similarly Should be treated alike situated RLUIPA Comparable "assemblies On at least "equal terms" or institutions" Emp't test Equal work Equal pay Flawed Emp't All workers Same wages
620 (1996) (striking down as unconstitutional an amendment to the Colorado state constitution that prohibited laws that protected "homosexual persons" while using what the Court claimed was a rational basis review); Plyer v.