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maltster

(ˈmɔːltstə)
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(Professions) a person who makes or deals in malt
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Noun1.maltster - a maker of maltmaltster - a maker of malt      
maker, shaper - a person who makes things
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That respectable miller and maltster had left Tom behind, and driven homeward in a state of great mental satisfaction.
The core business is the drying, storing and marketing of grain and oilseeds, predominantly malting barley, with around 50,000 tonnes of the 75,000 tonne grain total earmarked for the maltsters.
Mr Joseph was playing as a a full-back with St Joseph's AFC in Swansea when he collapsed approximately 30 minutes into the side's game against Maltsters Sports on Saturday, January 13.
Skittles Cardiff 2018/2019 W/e 24/8/18: Bloodhounds 262, EC Allstars 307; Dublin All Stars 284, Maltsters Wanderers 274; Oddballs 262, Likely Lads 259; Modernaires 270, Black & Ambers 260; Plough Cubs 245, Rascals 223; Aces 296, Mag Twelve 303; Five Nines 269, Robbers 241; Pineapple Doughnuts 279, Heath Hornets 267 (fixture reversed); North Boys 292, Woodies 276.
Jean-Christophe arrived in the UK in 1983 and he ran Keith Floyd's pub The Maltsters while Keith was filming his famous TV shows.
Mitchell Joseph, a full-back for St Joseph's AFC in Swansea, collapsed approximately 30 minutes into his team's match against Maltsters Sports last Saturday and later died at hospital.
The Heritage Exhibition looks back at the weaving, agriculture, mining, maltsters and transport industries, and has been assisted by the National Coal Mining Museum near Grange Moor.
Gathering at the Maltsters Arms in Whitchurch, Cardiff, the team of fundraisers were greeted by stylists from local barbers shop Terry's hairdressers, led by Louise Budd.
The family owned maltsters make almost 300,000 tons of malt a year, with its agricultural trading arms - McCreath, Simpson Prentice and John Guthrie - sourcing the raw material, barley.
Farmers and maltsters have been scrambling to salvage a large portion of the crop hit by heavy rains in August, especially in Montana and Idaho, the top two barley-growing states in the U.S.
In 1867 John Davenport and Sons was registered at that address as "Maltsters, Hop Merchants, and makers of Pale and Brown Malt for brewing bitter ales and porter."