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courter

(ˈkɔːtə)
n
a person who courts; a suitor
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courter

noun
A man who courts a woman:
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Highly is purpose--built for sharing the important parts of any story--for passing along that feeling you got when you read the passage," said Andrew Courter, Highly co-founder.
Ashley Rhodes Courter grew up in the foster care system and is now an advocate for children in foster care, an internationally recognized speaker on foster care, adoption, education, child welfare, human rights, families, youth advocacy, women's issues, and overcoming adversity.
O'Connor is survived by her six children, Anne Luvisi of Louisville, Kathleen (Kurt) Courter of Upper Arlington, Jim (Karen) O'Connor of Haddonfield, NJ, John (Megan) O'Connor of Chicago, Maureen (Michael) Smith of Tallahassee, and Megan (Greg) Tomczyk of Chicago; thirteen grandchildren, Connor and Catherine Luvisi, Drew and Colleen Courter, Kate and Phil O'Connor, Brady and Kellan O'Connor, Gracie, Griffin and Colin Smith, Molly and Cara Tomczyk.
11 for all people, including Corporate America," said Jim Courter, IDT Corp's CEO.
Alfonso won the Rotax Max category after on-track winner Dustin Courter was penalized for making contact with another car and knocked leader Colin Fleming off course.
Carlton Courter III, a state commissioner who overseas the Office of Consumer Affairs, challenging the accuracy of the story.
The Midwife, by Gay Courter, Houohton Mifflin Company, 1981
Larry Courter of New Mexico designed an emblem for the NARI which incorporates four persons which represent the four organizing units and all members join hands to represent the national organization.
The commission, Courter insisted, was engaged in something just and even noble.
ATLANTA -- Lucas Group, North America's premier executive search firm, announces the appointment of Holly Courter as Controller.
In a global business and telecommunications marketplace, Newark puts us at the world's doorstep," added Jim Courter, IDT president and vice chairman.
C) announced today that Vice Chairman and CEO Jim Courter will remain as the Company's non-executive Vice Chairman of the Board after his tenure as Chief Executive Officer expires on October 21, 2009.