foister

foister

(ˈfɔɪstə)
n
a person who foists
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Mark succeeds Tim Foister at Markel International in Singapore, who has returned to work alongside Markel's Energy team in London.
P/19/0367/2 Applicant Mr & Mrs Foister. 3 Bayliss Close Quorn Leicestershire LE12 8PF.
Three of the apps' founders Max and his brother Duncan, 34, and pal Richard Foister, 35 attended the same Gateshead school, Heathfield Senior High, now called Joseph Swan Academy, in Low Fell.
Three out of four of the apps' founders Max and his brother Duncan, 34, and pal Richard Foister, 35 attended the same Gateshead school, Heathfield Senior High, now called Joseph Swan Academy, in Low Fell.
His skill in creating what art historian Susan Foister has called the 'illusion of presence' is not in question.
In fact, the letters that refer to de Selve's visit to London, and Holbein's painting, "are the only contemporary record that they knew each other" (Foister, Roy, and Wyld 16).
Sergeant Foister of the recruiting department said they could not accept the fact there was an appeal pending, and Mr Crosby then admitted he was afraid he had made a mistake in stamping the notice.
DIRECTOR: Frederick Wiseman WITH: Nicholas Penny, Larry Keith, Luke Syson, Dawson Carr, Ashok Roy, David Jaffe, Carol Plazzotta, Jill Preston, Per Rumberg, Susan Foister, Arturo Galansino, Jo Shapcott, Flavia Ormond
However, in a later work performed by Foister et al.
“It works right out of the box, and lets us backup our dedicated servers in NH:DC1 as well as our office computers here in Newcastle” said Sarah Foister, of Tyne Internet.
This article is in memory of my parents, Linda Foister and Charles Hucker, the finest writers I know.
See, for example, Bruce (2000, 2002), Gentry and Hubbard (2000), and FOIster (2002).