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mester

(ˈmɛstə)
n
1. master: used as a term of address for a man who is the head of a house
2. (Theology) bad mester a term for the devil, used when speaking to children
References in classic literature ?
Mester Irwine's got more sense nor to meddle wi' people's doing as they like in religion.
Miss Mary's i' th' house, and Mester Burge 'ull be back anon; he'd be glad t' ha' ye to supper wi'm, I'll be's warrand."
He knows all th' things Mester Craven never troubles hissel' to find out.
Meanwhile, Cleveland Federal Reserve President Loretta Mester, who did not support the Federal Reserve's rate cut last month, said she was not yet convinced of the need to cut rates further.
Fed's Mester wonders whether are analysts slowing toward trend, with and inflation moving up to 2%, or are analysts entering a weak growth scenario, slowing in consumer spending and a pullback in employment?
Cleveland Federal Reserve president, Loretta Mester, said that the act has improved home and small business lending in poorer US communities.
(1) Este texto fue tomado del libro El negro en la poesia cubana, de Jorge Maria Ruscalleda Bercedoniz (Editorial Mester, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, 2001).
Lo acompano la Orquesta Filarmonica de Boca del Rio (OFBR) bajo la batuta de su director maestro Jorge Mester.
Expectations of a US rate increase at its September meeting has all but evaporated from the market compared to a 20 per cent probability a month earlier; with Fed member Mester saying that she does not want to 'over-react' to weak inflation when more data will arrive before the September FOMC meeting.
The best I have heard of is Stephan Mester's cod of 17lb taken from a wreck off Sunderland.
Just days before the release of the BLS jobs report, both Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester and Fed Governor Jerome Powell separately made the case for a December adjustment to the federal funds rate.
Mester, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, University of Pennsylvania Wharton School.