mumper

mumper

(ˈmʌmpə)
n
a person who mumps; beggar
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Azzur Labs of Schnecksville named Erin Mumper to vice president.
"A Mumper among the Gentle: Tom Bell, Colonial Confidence Man." Williamand Mary Quarterly 3rd ser., vol.
Due to the extraction procedure, the carbohydrate content and the phenolic profiles were used as quality and integrity criteria of the extracts, following the suggestion of Dai and Mumper [19].
These later might also behave as oxidant, depending on their concentration, physiochemical property, structure (Chu et al., 2000) and availability of oxygen and metal ion (Dai and Mumper, 2012).
(32.) Michael Mumper, Removing College Price Barriers: What Government Has Done and Why It Doesn't Work 90 (1996).
In this regard, there is a growing body of evidence shows that levels of copper are altered on the onset and progression of malignant diseases (Gupte and Mumper 2009, Khanna et al.
Originally, Provost Michael Mumper sought to create an emphasis in higher education in the MBA program.
Lambourn James Burn The Mumper (4.10 Exeter, nap) Got his act together with a smooth victory at Market Rasen last month, which has resulted in a 5lb rise, but the nine-yearold can cope with it and should go well.
[7.] McLaughlin JE, Roth MT, Glatt DM, Gharkholonarehe N, Davidson CA, Griffin LM, Esserman DA, Mumper RJ.
Mumper, a professor of pharmaceutical sciences, was engaged in a joint research project with the Ohio State College of Dentistry.