glover


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glover

(ˈɡlʌvə)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a person who makes or sells gloves
Translations

glover

[ˈglʌvə>ʳ] Nguantero/a m/f

glover

nHandschuhmacher(in) m(f)
References in classic literature ?
He seems to have done business in several ways, for we are told that he was a glover, a butcher, and a corn and wool dealer.
But spruce groves are seductive and yellow nuts of gum beguiling; they picked and loitered and strayed; and as usual the first thing that recalled them to a sense of the flight of time was Jimmy Glover shouting from the top of a patriarchal old spruce "Master's coming.
Hove crown court in East Sussex was told Glover was convicted of assaulting a police officer in 2002 and cautioned after a nightclub incident in 2005.
Louise Glover, 26, also tried to push the head of Maxine Hardcastle - the daughter of 80s musician Paul Hardcastle - down a lavatory during the attack, jurors were told.
CHASKA: Lucas Glover feels no extra pressure to show that his shocking US Open victory in June was no fluke, but he has made the point anyway by playing his way into contention at the PGA Championship.
DEAN Glover swerved his final press conference as Port Vale manager after son Danny had ensured his tenure ended on a high.
By Lorri Glover (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2007.
Glover, 62, of New Sweden Road, Woodstock, CT, died unexpectedly Friday night at home.
Directed by Crispin Hellion Glover, David Brothers.
Celebrating 25 years as a hoofer, tap phenomenon Savion Glover is tackling the world of music genre by genre.
On National Tap Dance Day, Savion Glover honored 15 "responsibilitors" who support tap dance "off the wood.
Once it became apparent that the Binghamton area would be severely hit late Tuesday night, June 27, the Red Cross swung into gear, contacting the Broome County Emergency Services, who then called us to ask if we would be willing to offer shelter to evacuees," says Gail Glover, director of media relations at the university.