dreader

dreader

(ˈdrɛdə)
n
a person who dreads
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Savishinsky, "Rastafari in the Promised Land: The Spread of a Jamaican Socioreligious Movement among the Youth of West Africa," African Studies Review, 37(3), 1994, 19-50; Zeke Stern, "A Dreader Armageddon: An Introduction to Rastafarianism in Ghana," Independent Study Project, SIT Study Abroad Ghana, 2004.
"But I and I know Jah, Jah dread/It will be dreader dread
Fans of How To Train Your Dragon are also in for a treat, with Cressida Cowell's latest adventure - The Day Of The Dreader - featuring on the must-read list.
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* How To Train Your Dragon : The Day of the Dreader by Cressida Cowell (Hodder Children's Books) The Isle of Berk is being stalked by a deadly sea dragon called the Big Dreader, fires are ravaging the forests and the Hairy Hooligans are trapped on the island without any food!
to dreader things than these our fair young city comes, For in the heart are growing thick the filthy dens and slums, Where human forms shall rot away in sties for swine unmeet And ghostly faces shall be seen unfit for any street-- Rotting our, rotting out, For lack of air and meat-- In dens of vice and horror that are hidden from the street.
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Soros' ultimate goal is to transform the world into a one-world socialist government, say the dreaders.<span style="mso-spacerun: yes;">&nbsp; </span>
The scientists noted two groups: "extreme dreaders" who could not tolerate a delay and preferred an immediate (and stronger) painful stimulus; and "mild dreaders" who could tolerate a delay for a milder shock.
The scientists noted two groups: "extreme dreaders," who could not tolerate a delay and preferred an immediate (and stronger) painful stimulus; and "mild dreaders," who could tolerate a delay for a milder shock.
The scientists noted two groups: "extreme dreaders, who could not tolerate a delay and preferred an immediate (and stronger) painful stimulus; and "mild dreaders," who could tolerate a delay for a milder shock.
The results suggested that dreaders might bone up on information and practice to gain more confidence, or they might boost confidence by checking their results while they work.