Dupper

Dup´per


n.1.See 2d Dubber.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"Innovation has been at the core of Porsche's success story for the last 70 years," said Ross Dupper, president and CEO of Porsche Financial Services, the provider of leasing and financing products for Porsche in the United States.
Ross Dupper, president and CEO of Porsche Financial Services, the dedicated provider of leasing and financing products for Porsche in the United States, said, 'Innovation has been at the core of Porsche's success story for the last 70 years.
"With the selection of Secure64's carrier-grade, highly reliable, extremely secure, and performant DNS platform, this carrier will now have the security tools in place to aggressively pursue their digital transformation strategy," Secure64 chief executive officer Thad Dupper said.
'We look forward to working with this major strategic partner for us in the Apac [Asia Pacific] region,' Secure64 CEO Thad Dupper said.
When we go to their pals for tea, they are made to eat sugar napping peas (what can I say, they have posh veg choices), while the grown-ups have a nice dupper dee (cup of tea).
The Spin has received an invite to come to "dupper".
While this finding was not noted in research pertaining to people of South Asian descent, it has been noted in research on other groups, including African Americans (Allen, 2013) and religious minorities (Dupper, Forrest-Bank, & Lowry-Carusillo, 2014).
New minister Peter Weir is a Dupper who supports academic selection - and, in the minds of some people, is in favour of elitism and inequality.
Douglas 10, Siuslaw 3: Mikala Dupper had three hits to lead the Trojans to the victory over the Vikings.
Propane autogas is made in America, abundantly available, less expensive and is an environmentally clean fuel," said Solis managing partner Craig Dupper.