Hungerer

Hun´ger`er


n.1.One who hungers; one who longs.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Humble hungerer, you've just got to help them rise.
Hungerer, "Necrotizing soft tissue infections after injection therapy: higher mortality and worse outcome compared to other entry mechanisms," Journal of Infection, vol.
Hungerer et al., "Bone healing of critical size defects of the rat femur after the application of bone marrow aspirate and two different rh-BMP7 concentrations," European Journal of Trauma and Emergency Surgery, vol.
(20.) Friederichs J, Hungerer S, Werle R, Militz M, Buhren V.
(8.) Lehr H, Sagban T, Ihling c, Zahringer U, Hungerer K, Blumrich M, Reifenberg K, Bhakdi S.
I am a congenital believer, a helpless hungerer after the marvelous as solace and adventure and escape" (Alphabet 41-42).