stumer

stumer

(ˈstjuːmə)
n
1. slang a forgery or cheat
2. dialect Irish a poor bargain
3. Scot a stupid person
4. (Banking & Finance) come a stumer slang Austral to crash financially
[of unknown origin]
Translations

stumer

n (Brit inf)
(= counterfeit)Fälschung f
(= cheque)wertloser Scheck
(= failure)Misserfolg m
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David Sturner/Murray Hill Properties, Ronnie Anderson, Harriet Stumer, Norman Sturner/Murray Hill Properties
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Andrew Stumer, Liability of Member States for Acts of International Organizations: Reconsidering the Policy Objections, 48 Harv.
En la decada siguiente se desarrollaron cuatro encuentros: 1) La primera mesa sobre Terminologia Arqueologica (1953), que conto con la participacion tanto de especialistas peruanos--Jorge Muelle, Toribio Mejia, Augusto Soriano y Luis Valcarcel--como de norteamericanos--Richard Schaedel, Louis Stumer y William Strong.
Algunos intentos habian sido ya hechos por Stumer (1954:130), quien aplico en el valle del Rimac, varias conclusiones que alcanzo Schaedel (1951) en su estudio de la Costa Norte del Peru.
Given a stumer of a ride in the Derby by former amateur jockey Herbert Randall she was a mere fourth, but went on to win the Oaks two days later.
For an analysis of the 'peculiar knowledge' doctrine, see Andrew Stumer, The Presumption of Innocence: Evidential and Human Rights Perspectives (Hart Publishing, 2010) 172-6.
It was constant, it was pervasive and it was every day," the New York Daily News quoted Mark Stumer, a lawyer for the women, as saying.
Much like a professional wardrobe, a lobby is a personal reflection of your business philosophy, says Mark Stumer, principal of Mojo Stumer Associates.