moiser

moiser

(ˈmɔɪzə)
n
a person who informs or betrays
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Philip Moiser, co-owner, said: "The last couple of years have seen significant changes and investment.
Neil and Julie Fletcher of Pie Jackers serve Anne Moiser with a line of hungry line dancers in the queue MICHELLE MADDISON PHOTOGRAPHY
Instances where it is spelt Moyser, or Moiser, as occur in some sources, are certainly inaccurate.
Chemical pretreatment, mainly employing chemical agents such as acid, alkali, salts, organic solvents as well as oxidizing agents for enhancing hydrolysis of lignocellulosic biomass by removing hemicellulose and lignin (Moiser et al., 2005).
MOISER KEITH (East Stanley) At home with his family on 2nd October 2017 aged 70 years, Keith, beloved husband of Brenda.
Moiser's appointment seemed to mollify not only Tribune, but also another potential bidder, Digital First Media of Denver, Colo.
Initially the particles of calcium carbide were coated with waxes (Banerjee and Moiser, 1989).
The number of nodules at R8 (Table 2) was in the range of those observed by Chaudhry and Moiser [69].
Nick Moiser, 994th Medical Detachment, veterinarian.
Enjoying their big day were BSC/Honours graduates Emma Millard, Rachael Moiser, Emma Cameron, Fiona Minto and Laura Jones PICTURE: Peter Bolter
Whatever happens, graduates Emma Millard, Rachael Moiser, Emma Cameron, Fiona Minto and Laura Jones, from the Cardiff School of Health Sciences, will remember fondly their time in the Welsh capital.
A review of the literature identified several studies that utilized the semantic differential in organizational or business contexts: Oliver (1974) was interested in the process of communicating among various accounting teams and expressions; several researchers studied attitudes toward auditors and auditing reports (Asebrook 1978; Graeme, 2006; Holt & Moiser, 1990).