n.1.A jailer.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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[11.] Gailer J, George GN, Pickering IJ, Madden S, Prince RC, Yu EY, et al.
Whitehaven assistant coaches Lee Doran and Les Ashe look set to take charge of the club's final regular Co-operative Championship game following the dismissal of Don Gailer.
Whitehaven coach Don Gailer said: "The Scorpions have changed their squad significantly over the last couple of weeks, but I had a look at them against Halifax and while they conceded a lot of points, they showed plenty of character to come back and score a couple of smart tries.
Don Gailer's team will be a difficult match for Gateshead after back-toback wins themselves against Rochdale and Hunslet - a fact that Payne is aware of but not daunted by.
Based on the knowledge of the mutual sparing effect and chemistry of the reactions between arsenic and selenium (Gailer et al.
Born in the Eastern Cape in 1959, it was perhaps destiny that Mongezi Gerald "Gailer" Majola would fulfil a life in sport.
Just 11 days before, Kirkhouse had also threatened 17-year-old Katrina Gailer with a knife in Southwick, Sunderland, after she asked him the time.
Ingrid Pickering from the University of Saskatchewan gave a talk on X-ray absorption spectroscopy and imaging in the Environmental Bioinorganic Chemistry symposium organized by Jurgen Gailer, ACIC.
There are now scholarly editions, either in progress or completed, of the works among others of Gryphius, Gailer von Kaysersberg, Greiffenberg, Hallmann, Hofmannswaldau, Anton Ulrich von Braunschweig-Wolfenbu ttel, Naogeorg, Murer, Riemer, Rist, Spangenberg, Wagner, Weise, Wickram, and Zesen.
"It's the whole idea of casual elegance," explained Alta Gailer, director of retail marketing at Quaker.
Whitehaven coach Don Gailer said: "Everyone we seem to play seems to hit a bit of form or make a signing or two the week before we play them.