Auster


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Auster

(ˈɔːstə)
n
(Physical Geography) poetic the south wind
[C14: Latin]
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She chose me for her horse, and named me "Black Auster".
Blantyre alighted at the gate, and was going to open it for Lady Anne, but she said, "I will wait for you here, and you can hang Auster's rein on the gate."
Blantyre groaned, "Now, Auster, do your best!" He gave me a steady rein.
Tom got his velocipede next day, named it Black Auster, in memory of the horse in "The Battle of Lake Regillus," and came to grief as soon as he began to ride his new steed.
Auster's coming!" shouted Tom, as came rattling down the long, steep street outside the park.
Credit Suisse analyst Martin Auster maintained an Outperform rating and reduced the price target from $207 to $201.
Credit Suisse analyst Martin Auster said there is "no change" to his thesis on Sarepta Therapeutics after speaking with the company's management after the company said that an adverse event report was erroneously submitted to the FDA's adverse event reporting system, or FAERs.
The crew comprised Dave Green, Steve Auster, Vaughan Gordon and Colin Lawson, coxed by Helen Adair, who had also won her first race as a novice in the same boat eight years previously.