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n.1.One who asperses; especially, one who vilifies another.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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I 'd like to see 'em try it!" and Tom clenched his hands, as if it would be an immense relief to him to thrash half a dozen aspersers of his father's honest name.
The samples were dehydrated in a spray-dryer (LM MSD 1.0 brand Labmaq do Brasil) with the following operational conditions: drying temperature--160[degrees]C; asperser beak diameter 1.2 mm; drying air output--3.0 L min.-1; aspersion pressure--689.5 kPa; feeding output--0.55 L [h.sup.-1]; compressed air output--3.0 L [min..sup.-1].
Jordan, now eight, was diagnosed with Asperser's Syndrome two years ago but J Aaron, five, has had no health problems.