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soaper

(ˈsəʊpə)
n
(Commerce) a person who makes or manufactures soap

soap•er

(ˈsoʊ pər)

n.
Informal. soap opera.
[1945–50, Amer.]
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David Soaper, COO* 859-568-9155 * dsoaper@southernair.
BEAUTY SCOTTISH HAIR AND BEAUTY AWARDS MAKE-UP SPECIALIST OF THE YEAR SOA SOAPER ER ERSTAR AR TAR T N- SW SW SWEE EE SWEET PS3.
SOAPER STARS FROM left, Hilda, Liz, Derek and Mavis, Karen, and Deirdre, and Bet
Soapy's Choice, a 20-minute film developed by Merseyside police and fire chiefs, tells the tragic tale of fictional 11-year-old Stephen Soaper, whose promising life is ruined when he falls in with the wrong crowd and carries out an arson attack.
today announced that David Soaper has been named Chief Operating Officer, effective May 15.
PRODUCT PICKS: Soap & Glory Soaper Heroes set, pounds 8.
A soaper, as a colleague called it, "August" is filled with twists and turns and shocking family revelations, but it also possesses the rhythm and the zing of a great situation comedy.
In 1934 he took over French soaper Monsavon and launched Dop, a mass market shampoo formulated without fatty alcohol sulphates--a technological breakthrough for the mass market as it did not leave behind residue.
While the net result will mean little to travelers out of Cincinnati, it will require that hundreds of Comair pilots and staff be based out of New York, and the shift could result in crew displacements, according to a letter to staff by Dave Soaper, senior vice president of flight operations at Comair.
A search for Wellesley-based movies turned up the Julia Roberts soaper "Mona Lisa Smile" (Local trivia nugget: a Rutland guy supplied the pigeons for a scene in which the birds take off from a bell tower.
Leningrad's Super Good is the easiest one to sing along with - the chorus goes "soaper, soaper, soaper gud".
Dugmore claims Tyndale is the probable author of the anonymous The Soaper of the Lorde.