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reeder

(ˈriːdə)
n
1. (Building) a person who thatches roofs using reeds
2. (Professions) a person who thatches roofs using reeds
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SAN FRANCISCO: With an iPhone, Zeus could have saved time to call on lightning from the heavens -- so says California-based sculptor Adam Reeder, who seeks to merge classical Greek iconography with 21st century gadgets.
ASABE member Randall Reeder, an Ohio State University Extension agricultural engineer and conservation tillage specialist, said that by using custom rates, farmers can quickly calculate the cost difference between no-till and intensive tillage practices based on what they do on the farm to grow corn and soybeans.
Steven Reeder and his brothers would set up cots in their backyard and sleep beneath the stars, gazing at the cosmos.
Reeder's youngest son, who is now 21 years old, shares his interest in all things astronomical, but his wife sometimes calls herself an "astronomy widow," he said.
But there's another side to that story, and photographer Mona Reeder carefully gathered the images to tell it.
Ann Reeder, a former head of local government for the party, was brought in by Durham County Council to beef up its leadership presentation skills.
(38) The Court concluded that the plaintiff had failed to show that "Volvo sold at a lower price to Reeder's 'competitors'" given the customer-specific competitive-bidding situation at issue.
"The IPMD is responsible for maintaining facilities, test benches, and equipment for the different shops located throughout FRC Southeast," said LT Robert Reeder, FISCJ L6S Black Belt.
Confessions of a Small Town Sailor, by Barrie Reeder, published in 2006 by Pusser Publications, 200 pages, b/w photos.
During the war scare that preceded the Munich Agreement of 1938, Dorothy Reeder, the dynamic director of the American Library in Paris, declared: "We did not close, we had no idea of closing.
Wilson is curator of mammals and a senior scientist at the Smithsonian Institution; Reeder is assistant professor of biology at Bucknell U.
When Barbara Reeder first laid eyes on 11-year-old Shelley Rudman, little did she know that she was gazing upon a future Olympic medallist.