Edder

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Ed´der


n.1.(Zool.) An adder or serpent.
1.Flexible wood worked into the top of hedge stakes, to bind them together.
v. t.1.To bind the top interweaving edder; as, to edder a hedge.
References in classic literature ?
Yeh've edder got teh go teh hell or go teh work!" Whereupon she went to work, having the feminine aversion of going to hell.
After Mundelein picked up a pair of first downs, Edder Rebollar-Velazquez recovered a muffed punt return to set up the Mustangs near midfield.
Earl in the day a lovely 8 year old Limousin cow with her 5 month old heifer calf at foot from R D Musgrave, Edder Acres Farm, Shotton Colliery sold for PS1900.
Arizona State University student and DACA recipient Edder Diaz Martinez said that without paying in-state tuition, he would only be able to afford one class per semester, potentially setting him back years before he could complete his senior year of college.
Mathon, C., Edder, P., Bieri, S., Christen, P., 2014.
Midfielders: Edder Delgado (Real Espana), Luis Garrido (Olimpia), Roger Espinoza (Wigan), Jorge Claros (Motagua), Wilson Palacios (Stoke), Oscar Garcia (Houston Dynamo), Andy Najar (Anderlecht), Mario Martinez (Real Espana), Marvin Chavez (Chivas USA).
But following more medical advice, Suarez made the decision to ditch the 25-year-old and replace him with Real Espana's Edder Delgado.
For instance, research has revealed that negative information carries more weight than positive information (Edder, Ferris 1989).
JECK: It widna mak' sae muckle for the neeps, or shaws edder, if we got guid milk and breid, but the breid's nae fit for a breedin' soo.