reeder


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reeder

(ˈriːdə)
n
1. (Building) a person who thatches roofs using reeds
2. (Professions) a person who thatches roofs using reeds
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Throughout the remainder of June 1940 Reeder and the concierge were at the library every day, although it was not open to the public.
Women's soccer: Brooke Reeder, Katlin Hendricks and Erica Jahn each scored as host Redlands defeated Occidental College 3-1.
When Barbara Reeder first laid eyes on 11-year-old Shelley Rudman, little did she know that she was gazing upon a future Olympic medallist.
2004), but significantly lower than the incidence for the moderately resistant checks Alsen (29%) and Steele-ND (31%) and susceptible checks Reeder (59%) and '2398' (42%).
It's a platform in North Bay for local artists to come in and it's accessible to everyone," says co-op manager Molly Reeder, the building's owner and an artist who makes jewelery.
And times have changed: "I think the gay tourist should be circumspect while traveling in Egypt," Reeder cautions, alluding to the current routine persecution of openly gay men.
I found that the amount of storage that each of my administrators can adequately manage increased by 5X with SPS systems," Reeder said.
Pete Stahl sounds better than ever, and of course Greg Anderson (SunnO, Thorr's Hammer) writes the riffs with Scott Reeder (Unida, Kyuss, Obsessed) lending pounding skins skill.
It appeared to Moore that the thief, later identified as Ronald Reeder, was primarily interested in electronic equipment and guns.
Its lead article in the June--July 2003 issue, by contributing editor Allan Reeder, interviewed "a range of copy editors across the country--at daily newspapers, national magazines, book-publishing houses, and corporations--for their own cautionary tales, about situations in which material that came across their desks seemed to go too far in some way and to demand questioning.
Martin Reeder, project engineer with Lance Snacks, explains that when a tray exits the overwrapping procedure, that tray is fed into the case packer on a tabletop conveyor.