n.1.An approver or abettor.
2.One who allows or permits.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Had the Academy, and other editors since, allower the "errors" and "contradictions" to stand, we readers could see the whole range of Cervantes' satire.
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According to documents, Radio Pakistan director administration Maqbool Hussain took over as executive director PBC with the approval of DG Radio Murtaza Solangi on January 1st this year besides his post and after that approved 20 percent additional charge, on which the director administration is allowers and receiver.