gauper

gauper

(ˈɡɔːpə)
n
a variant spelling of gawper
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"Noonie Times is a summer favorite for parents and their little ones," said Pam Gauper, supervisor of parties and rentals.
Beth Gauper of Minneapolis is among the many city dwellers who visit the national forest for its outdoor recreational opportunities, especially hiking.
"One January, snowshoed the loop in minus-to-degree temperatures," Gauper says.
The 47 Raiffeisenbanks and their overarching institution, Raiffeisenlandesbank Kaernten (RLB Kaernten), raised the volume of loans grated by 1.5% to EUR 3.9 billion, RLB Kaernten CEO Peter Gauper said today.
This makes the group of banks well prepared for stricter regulation and rising demands, Gauper said.
Among the newsroom staff leaving are: Mary Bauer, reporter; Diana Boger, designer; Craig Borck, photographer; Beth Gauper, reporter; Sheryl Jean, reporter; Matt Peiken, reporter; Joe Rossi, photographer; Kathy Rysgaard, researcher; Jeff Sjerven, copy editor; and Ellen Tomson, reporter.
"Children will never be bored at this camp," said Pam Gauper, supervisor of parties and rentals.
"We've got some great new counselors this summer with a lot of fresh energy," said Pam Gauper, Wacky Wagon coordinator.
"Party hosts are an essential part of our birthday party packages," said Pam Gauper, party coordinator.
Now he seems to care so little about his privacy that he charges busloads of gaupers pounds 10 a skull to visit the museum at Althorp he has created in Diana's memory, stuffed with the dresses and artefacts he managed to pillage from her quarters.