porer

porer

(ˈpɔːrə)
n
a person who makes a close inspection of something
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The special blend Benefizium Porer 2002 (a white wine) is great, too.
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For many people of Central America, our pattern of economic development means that the few rich get richer while the masses of the poor get porer.