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n.1.One who imposes a task.
2.One who performs a task, as a day-laborer.
3.A laborer who receives his wages in kind.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Martyn Tasker, 39, was held with Michaela Tasker, 31, and Stuart Holmes, 50, after canisters of First World War chemical agent were found in a lake in Roughton Woods, Lincs.
James Daniel Tasker, of no fixed abode, was found not guilty of robbery and grievous bodily harm with intent on Thursday at Shrewsbury Crown Court.
War hero Sir Tasker Watkins could be commemorated with a blue plaque at St Andrews in Llandaff 's High Street if Cardiff Council gives permission.
War hero Sir Tasker Watkins could be commemorated with a blue plaque at St Andrews in Llandaff's High Street if Cardiff council gives permission.
Anthony Tasker was already barred from each of the three pubs in Bulkington and could only remember being attacked from behind that night after having drunk just three or four shandies at home.
During the conflict, female volunteers headed by honorary secretary Miss GR Tasker, had been engaged in sending out food and clothing parcels to soldiers from the area who were prisoners or serving on the frontline.
RACHEL Tasker's parents always thought their daughter was failed by mental health services - now they know for sure.
The local independent company - founded in the 1940s by Liverpool joiner Jack Tasker - this week announced a significant restructure.
F&J has raised this before, and considering ex-GOP Rep Kyle Tasker's most recent engagement with the justice system, it's worth raising again.
Rachel Tasker went missing from her Jesmond home at the end of last month, sparking a major police appeal to try to find her.