glancer

glancer

(ˈɡlɑːnsə)
n
a person who glances
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Sponsors for the Walk of Fame included: Sterling Bank, The Oscar; The Reese Family Charitable Foundation, Composer; Napleton's Valley Hyundai, Paparazzi; Linden Oaks, Set Design; Kluber Architects + Engineers, Realtor Association of the Fox Valley, Stumm Insurance, TriCity Family Services' Board of Directors, and Vanishing Ink Laser Aesthetics Center, Hollywood "A" List; and Glancer Magazine, Media Sponsor.
Lap glancer What could possibly be worse than not being able to look at your phone for a few minutes?
The McDiarmid men came closest when Blair Alston's whipped cross from the right picked out David Wotherspoon and his glancer wasn't far away from finding the top corner.
reporters to cover Social Media Week Berlin in words and pictures, which led Glancer Magazine to select Barbara as one of 2013's most fascinating faces.
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Defence barrister Peter Glancer said Reedman had disposed of two out of seven letter bombs sent to armed forces recruitment centres in Oxford, Slough, Kent Brighton, Hampshire and Berkshire earlier this month.
That's a distinctive contrast to Peter Crouch who is more of a flicker and a glancer.
If they are not intended to persuade the glancer, what are they intended to accomplish?
Kleivo is the founder and publisher of Glancer Magazine.
Owner Eric Bruss is a frequent contributor to Glancer Magazine, offering advice on all matters related to gardening and landscaping.
Westminster Christian -- Frens 2 3-5 10, VanNoord 2 0-0 4, Whitchurch 0 0-0 0, Glancer 4 2-3 6, Kovachevich 2 1-3 6, Siers 0 0-0 0, R.Schmitt 0 0-0 0, G.Schmitt 1 2-4 4.