Conventioner


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Con`ven´tion`er


n.1.One who belongs to a convention or assembly.
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Taking its name from former Fairport Conventioner's latest album, The Dream Attic Tour arrives in Cardiff later this month and it's Thompson's first tour with a full electric band since the Sweet Warrior dates in October 2007.
Influential fiddler Dave Swarbrick, enjoying a new lease of life following a lung transplant, will be there as will his former Fairport Conventioner Ashley Hutchings.
Franklin Jameson, in the preface to a book of essays dealing with constitutional developments in the Confederation period, stated that many educated persons 'think of our Constitution as having sprung full-armed from the heads of Olympian conventioners.'").
Now if you should hook into a shark weighing 7,000 pounds the first time we ever go out in the boat daughter I think it would be a terribly unequal contest and that we ought to protest to the Geneva Conventioners. The biggest shark I ever caught weighed 798 pounds and even a tiny fish of that sort offered considerable resistance.
(Tue-Thu, mac) No preview Cedar Rapids (15) Representing his company at an insurance convention in Iowa, a small town naif (The Hangover's Ed Helms) gets an eye-opening discovery of the wider world courtesy of three veteran big city conventioners. A sweet 40-Year-Old Virginstyle self-discovery fable liberally laced with raunchy vulgarity.