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gapper

(ˈɡæpə)
n
(Education) Brit a person who is taking a gap year
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Christopher Mark Gapper, 47, from Pen Yr Heol, admitted causing criminal damage to a glass door at Llandough Hospital.
Canelo, which produces high-quality eBooks joins the Booktrack platform, launching out-of-the-gate with two titles, the gripping thriller The Ghost Shift by Financial Times columnist and associate editor, John Gapper, and the mystery Mrs.
Bruce Roger Gapper, then aged 40, was reported missing from home in Groves Hall Road, Dewsbury Moor, on Tuesday, March 16, 1999.
WITH: Mark Landis, Matthew Leininger, Aaron Cowan, Jill Chancey, Donna English, John Gapper, Patty Hall, Sandra Holifield, Ellen Ruffin, Mark Tullos, Chris Watkins, Robert B.
The Gapper with the most donations made in her/his name by noon on Thursday gets my ticket
Copeland s Business Development Manager Richard Gapper said Flinders University has been instrumental in helping with the technical data to design a product to meet the most stringent needs of today s water utility owners and operators.
When pressed, Gapper described her book to me as "a book about half-human and half-something-else things.
We met with local sheriff's representatives and talked about whether we are doing everything we can to keep our schools safe," said Ron Gapper, the district's chief operations officer.
He hit a gapper to right-center that Coco Crisp nearly ran down.
Gordon Gapper, an NCEW member since 1981, died January 22 in Banning, California.
CHECK IN: Charlotte Gapper was a guest of The Arundell Arms, Lifton, three miles from Launceston and the Cornish border.
Once there, carton labels are scanned before another conveyor feeds cases at a rate of 45 per minute to an induction gapper that accumulates cases of the same SKU.