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Sou·ter

 (so͞o′tər), David Hackett Born 1939.
American jurist who served as an associate justice of the US Supreme Court (1990-2009).

souter

(ˈsuːtər) or

soutar

n
(Clothing & Fashion) Scot and Northern English a shoemaker or cobbler
[Old English sūtere, from Latin sutor, from suere to sew]

sou•ter

(ˈsu tər)

n. Chiefly Scot.
[before 1000; Middle English sutor, Old English sūtere < Latin sūtor=sū-, variant s. of suere to sew + -tor -tor]

Sou•ter

(ˈsu tər)
n.
David H., born 1939, associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court since 1990.
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Allan Soutar was far from happy when police officers announced he was being detained .
DEREK SOUTAR reckons new Dundee keeper Elliot Parish is a carbon copy of Danny Ward.
Gordon Soutar was yesterday cleared of causing death by dangerous driving and the lesser alternative of causing death by careless driving.
Gordon Soutar, operations director for Virgin Money, told jurors he has no memory of the crash on the A1 in Northumberland which killed 37-year-old Nigel Sowerby.
CALDY secured a vital five-point win at home with two excellent braces from Josiah Dickinson and Andrew Soutar in a six-try feast of rugby to defeat Birmingham Solihull 39-3.
Gail Soutar, senior advisor on Europe's Common Agricultural Policy with the English National Farmers' Union, said that "traditional market barriers, such as tariffs and quotas" were not seen as "major obstacles to enhanced EU-U.
David Marshall kicked a penalty for Hull Ionians after 15 minutes and Andrew Soutar replied with two for Caldy in a low scoring first half.
DEREK SOUTAR lived through Dundee's administration nightmare in 2003 when he took a massive wage cut to help keep the club alive.
Martin Soutar was caged for six years in November, 2007, after he and two other youths carried out a savage attack on Jim Kerr, 51.
Park winger Andy Soutar was denied by a fine tackle from the gutsy Lynch in the 21st minute, but struck penalties on 23 and 31 to provide an 11-7 home lead at half-time.
The veteran striker still had lots to do but he showed skill and strength to hold off Callum Macdonald and then composure in poking his shot under the diving Derek Soutar.
However he was outwitted by Derek Soutar who made two fine saves.