teer

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teer

(tɪə)
vb (tr)
(Building) building trades dialect to plaster or cover with (clay, earth, etc)
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“Ter teer is not so plenty as in tee old war, Pumppo,” said the Major, who had been an attentive listener, amid clouds of smoke; “put ter lant is not mate as for ter teer to live on, put for Christians.”
A spokesman for Warwickshire Police said it was unclear how Mr Teers had got from his home to Stratford and appealed for anyone who had any information about his movements on Tuesday to contact them.
Jonathan Down, prosecuting, said Wendy and Michael Draper, who lived in a flat in Winson Green, knew Teers. On the night in question Mrs Draper went into the bedroom to find Teers climbing through the window.
Mr Teers worked as an optician in the city for many decades and founded Standell, Teers and Davies Opticians in Stoney Stanton Road.
Director of productions Sue Teers said: "We are offering our audiences a very wide-ranging theatre experience this season with contrasting styles, content, settings and moods.
Bob Teers, who designed the set with John Ellam, says: "Our band is drawn from the ranks of the Jaguar (Coventry) Band and will be an integral part of the production, playing well-loved standards including The Floral Dance, Danny Boy and the William Tell Overture."
Director of productions Sue Teers says: "What our audiences see on stage is the tip on an enormous iceberg and our open days offer the chance to see and experience some of the usually unseen other nine-tenths."
Directed by Sue Teers, the production features Chris Walden as Mrs Conway and catches up with her family in 1919 and 1938.
Sue Teers, from the Talisman, says: "The rags to riches story with the traditional accompaniments is always a favourite and we are sure this version will prove just as popular."
Artistic director Sue Teers, who was awarded an MBE three years ago for her work with the theatre company, formed in 1988, said the show mixes music and comedy.
Director of productions Sue Teers (above) said: "Casting days are an ideal opportunity for getting to know the Talisman and these two plays offer rewarding acting opportunities."
Sue Teers, Talisman Theatre's director of productions, said: "This has been a unique experience for the Talisman.