stewer

stewer

(ˈstjuːə)
n
1. informal a person who worries, ponders, or thinks about something a great deal
2. (Cookery) informal something that is suitable to be included in a stew, esp meat
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25, 1913, in Portland to Joseph and Anna Stewer Meyers.
Our be-fuddled time traveller decides the best answer is "yes" and the lady, who says her name is Janet Stewer, goes on her way.
Whoever replaces him now (Terry Venables, Alan Shearer, Steve Bruce, Martin O'Neill, Sam Allardyce, Gordon Strachan, Gerard Houllier, Kevin Keegan, Steve McClaren, George Graham, Bill Brewer, Jan Stewer, Peter Gurney, Peter Davey, Dan'l Whiddon, Harry Hawke, Tom Cobleigh, old uncle Clive Woodward et al) should make it a priority to master the difficult art of watching your own back
lThere is another 33-1 result as Foolsome (Len Bowman/Nick Holman) is too strong for Jan Stewer (Josh Gifford/Richard Rowe) in the handicap hurdle.
Jahren / eines furnehmen Manns Tochter von Stewer / aus dem Lande ob der EnB / Namens Susanna Rugerin / so des heiligen Evangelii wegen ins Exilium und sich daselbsten in Diensten auffhalten mussen / begeben / wie sie unterschiedliche Visiones oder Gottliche Erscheinungen gehabt / dadurch jhr viel heimliche und Herrliche Ding geoffenbaret worden.
Rabbits that are six months and older and usually over eight pounds are considered to be stewers.