flesher

flesher

(ˈflɛʃə)
n
1. (Tanning) a person or machine that fleshes hides or skins
2. Scot a person who sells meat; butcher
Translations
écorchoir

flesher

n
(= knife)Ausfleischmesser nt
(esp Scot: = butcher) → Fleischer(in) m(f), → Metzger(in) m(f)
References in classic literature ?
I ran into the Fleshers' Ward and came out by the House of the Jew, who feared a riot and pushed me forth.
* The Cynthia Ann Hubach Trust sold a home in Little Rock's Edgehill neighborhood for $1.5 million to Dora Flesher.
"We have made good progress with the OP0201 development program over the past few months and we are looking forward to reporting data from four clinical trials this year," said Gregory Flesher, CEO of Novus Therapeutics.
Flesher CARY - Marianne "Mimi" Flesher, age 84 of Cary passed away December 26, 2018 at her home.
"One flesher, unable to get out of his front door owing to the crowd seeking to get in, faded away surreptiously by the back door," said the paper.
At 1405 Point, weve strived to create a highly desirable living space paired with great amenities however, our real amenity is the neighborhood, said Jonathan Flesher, vice president of development at Beatty Development Group.
Mrs Ward said another case worker, George Flesher, then returned with her to continue the meeting.
Flesher, M.D.; Suzanne Holroyd, M.D.; Aravinda Nanjundappa, M.D.; Mohammed Ranavaya, M.D., J.D.; Nalini Santanam, Ph.D., M.P.H.; and Franklin Shuler, M.D., Ph.D.
Flesher - Herbert E Flesher, 91, of Springfield, died Sept.
The Rangers Supporters Trust have formed a company, Flesher Haugh, to promote a range of fanwear.