quarterer

quarterer

(ˈkwɔːtərə)
n
a person who quarters or has quarters, esp someone who takes up or provides lodging or quarters
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At first, it was mainly Protestants who became quarter-brothers; the first known 'quarterer' was the Quaker Samuel Claridge.
THE froth's been flying out of my TV screen since the riots as disciples of Draco foam that "something must be done" and what's wrong with a little hanging, drawing and quartering anyway, although it's hard to find a half-decent hanger, flogger and quarterer these days?
Here, from all quarters -- and quarterers -- of the globe, are anatomised, from A to Z, 212 cases.