dempster


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dempster

(ˈdɛmpstə)
n
(Law) a variant spelling of deemster
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Dempster." said Miss Halcombe, addressing the schoolmaster; "and we little expected to find you occupied in exorcising a ghost.
Dempster. In the meantime, let me explain why you see me here, and what it is I want."
Dempster had not set eyes on the stranger of whom we were in search.
Dempster, and was about to leave the schoolroom, when the forlorn position of Jacob Postlethwaite, piteously sniffing on the stool of penitence, attracted her attention as she passed him, and made her stop good-humouredly to speak a word to the little prisoner before she opened the door.
Dempster's pardon, and hold your tongue about the ghost?"
Dempster, you pay my feelings a great compliment in thinking them weak enough to be shocked by such an urchin as that!" She turned with an air of satirical defiance to little Jacob, and began to question him directly.
Dempster had already tried several times to speak while Miss Halcombe was examining his pupil, and he now interposed resolutely enough to make himself heard.
Dempster, who have forgotten the respect and gratitude due from every soul in it to my mother's memory, I will find them out, and if I have any influence with Mr.
The salary's much lower, but he hopes to manage--a branch of Dempster's Bank.
Unemployed decorator Reece Dempster, 22, wore a grey prison-issue tracksuit and spoke only to confirm his name, age and nationality when he appeared at the Old Bailey via video-link.
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M2 EQUITYBITES-July 19, 2019-Oregon Bancorp names Ryan Dempster as president and CEO, succeeding Neil Grossnicklaus