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n.1.One who shews. See Shower.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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real estate," says Karin Shewer, principal, New York City-based Real Estate Capital Partners and AFIRE chairman.
GLASSER-SCHOENBAUM CENTER GALA Clockwise from above, Phil King with Marisu Miranda; Rita Shewer and Chucko; Dennis Stover and Teri Hansen
In fact, one tax certificate, written from Court at Richmond on the tenth of October, 1600, notes that "Phillip Henslowe esqr, one of the Shewers of her mates chamber," was "most resyaunt and abiding here at the court in the time of Taxeacon and for the most part of the yeare before." (28) As a result, many of the payments on the back of the Fortune contract were copied in batches, from another source, probably from accounts kept by Alleyn who, on at least two occasions during the project (March 13, May 15), rode to Windsor to make payments to Street.