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n.1.One who mars or injures.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"A sound of carts and 'orses there was, and a sound of cabs and omnibuses, and then a lot of whistling, shrill whistles, whistles that froze 'is marrer. And directly the whistles began things begun to show, people in the streets 'urrying, people in the
Baskets of pears 'eaped up, marrers, apples and pears, d'licious great nuts." His voice became luscious--"Benanas, oranges."
Smallways, what you got 'smorning?' and I'd say, 'Well, I got some very nice C'nadian apples, 'or p'raps I got custed marrers. See?
He provided a couple more words that may now be long forgotten: mankin - you are always mankin with summat (playing with something), and marrer ter bonny, meaning identical.
The development of safety biomarkers for the organs that contribute to the highest attrition, i.e., heart, liver, and CNS (central nervous system), has been pivotal owing to both the severity and occurrence of these target organ toxicities across many classes of drugs (Marrer and Dieterle, 2010).
The network has connection points at Dhok Chiraghdeen, Jhanda Chechi and Marrer Hasan Nogazra Road over which railway lines cross.