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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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Allison Plyer , the executive director and chief demographer of The Data Center, a New Orleans-based private nonprofit organization devoted to independent research.
The posse comitatus is familiar enough to the Supreme Court that it figured in part of the questioning during oral argument 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
In Monopoly, how much money does each plyer have at the start of the game?
Allison Plyer, who monitors the population of the city said of the recovery: "The city glass is half full.
Data released by zip code, by census enumeration unit (Liu and Plyer 2008), or even for an entire "neighborhood" such as the Lower 9th Ward have severe limitations (Duval-Diop et al.
The district is converting all locations to voice over IP and it has been very successful," said Mignon Plyer, the Sherman school district's director of technology.
Michael Doyle was the other plyer to miss out on a place in the starting line-up, with Coleman explaining: "No-one likes being dropped but I think it is a good sign that we can name players of their calibre on the bench.
Locl fvourite Dnielle Msters (pictured) birdied the 18th for 70 nd ws the leding British plyer in third plce on four under pr, two shots behind Ekelundh, whose two previous wins cme in Portugl.
Saugus has more athletic and talented players, which is why Plyer doesn't start, according to Wright.
dissenting) (approving of the Colorado electorate's attempt to express its moral disapproval of homosexual lifestyles through constitutional amendment), with Plyer v.