batler

batler

(ˈbætlə)
n
a flat piece of wood once used for beating clothes during washing or to smooth them when dry
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Louise Batler This isn't going to get a good reception Bohn Joyes ALL pensioners should have a free TV licence.
300: 1, Philip Batler (Newton South, 36.11; 4, David Cusak (Wachusett), 36.37.
In another study, Bartonicek et al used volar approach for exposure of proximal radius, and reported high rates of union without complications.11 Batler et al, comparing dorsal and volar approaches and concluded that dorsal approach was more suitable for proximal radius of up to 2.6 cm distal to elbow joint, so that, damage to the nerve is prevented.7
Dean Batler, 35, said: "In the last snowfall we were all cut off, yet he got a plastic sledge and went to collect the papers for everyone." Brenda Rosendale, 74, added: "He would go out of his way to help you."
By Mike Derderian After reading William Batler Yeats' Sailing To Byzantium, from which American Writer Cormac MaCarthy borrowed the opening line for the title of his novel that was turned into a screenplay and a movie by the Coen brothers, I realized just how hard it is to live in a country unfit for old men and where a young man will one day grow old.
What comes to the fore throughout his short stories and novels is a gallery of characters whose behavior blurs, transforms, questions, or puts a new perspective on gender: overtly gay (the bartender in "The Light of the World") and lesbian characters, closeted homosexuals ("Out of Season," "The Batler"), transvestites (The Garden of Eden), dephallused males (Jake Barnes in The Sun Also Rises), women dressed as men and guys adopting feminine features, men without sexual appetite and, in contrast, man-eaters (Brett in The Sun), perpetually unsatisfied in the quest for a non-existing macho male.
|GRANGE Moor brothers Jacob and Jude Goodall won the Huddersfield Junior CGBA Steve Batler Under-16 Memorial Pairs, beating Tom and Eddie Gilbert in the final.