rattener

rattener

(ˈrætənə)
n
1. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a person who rattens
2. (Historical Terms) a person who rattens
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The Union Wheel" possesses this advantage over real life, that it brings the rattener and blower up to speedy justice, and if it be the means of teaching all who feel inclined to do the same kind of work that their fate will be similar, it will do a greater amount of good than the author in his most sanguine moments could have anticipated.
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q 'morenesse and lassnesse of numbir' PROMISETH Shakespeare, Henry IV Part I, V-4 REVENTURE Web2 OVEREAGER Web2 MERESTEAD OED INESSENCE OED STATELETS OED statelet EUGENESIS OED TREACTISE OED HERDESSES OED herdess There are some common words in these two squares: RAITCHEVI Trichoniscus raitchevi -inversella, ITISa ANORHEPES Lepidostoma anorhepes beddeci, ITISa IODOAMINO * TROILISTS troilist, see OED troilism CHALCOTIC Stedman chalcosis HEMIOBOLE hemiobole, under OED hemi- EPISTOMAL epistom(e) OED, or Web2 VENTILATE OED; or VENTILATE OED ventilate (Latin precursor) ISOSCELES OED RECAPTORS OED recaptor EPITARSAL Stedman ([dagger]) CIGARETTE OED ATACAMITE OED PARAMETER OED TREMELINE Pulliam ([paragraph]) OSTITISES OED ostitis RATTENERS rattener, under OED ratten SLEERESSE OED, Buffy of old