thanker

thanker

(ˈθæŋkə)
n
a person who thanks or expresses gratitude
References in classic literature ?
`Dearer, much dearer than ever.' I hope he may long continue to feel all the value of such a reconciliation.He is a very liberal thanker, with his thousands and tens of thousands.`Happier than I deserve.' Come, he knows himself there.
RICHMONDSHIRE: M Irving c Edwards b Thanker 9, L York lbw Edwards 9, M White b Singh 29, M Platt c Unknown b Reed 35, K York c Unsure b Edwards 3, G Stewart not out 3, J While b Reed 0, G Bewell not out 14.
Just as the thanks is meant to acknowledge the original act and affirm its actor, the response affirms the thanker - they're worth the effort, the act was no fluke.
Thanker Tuany, a discussant residing in Australia said while it was important for the peace agreement to be implemented in order to end the suffering of the people of South Sudan, there was equally concern about the attitude of president Kiir's government, which he said was a reason to worry about the safety of the members of the team.
As Ungerer (2007) notes, habitualness can be replaced by characteristic engagement (runner, snorer), action-oriented disposition (left-hander, hardliner), possession of an attribute (widower), or performing a context-dependent action (thanker).
Knightley continues to criticize Frank's longwinded prose: he quips, "'He is a very liberal thanker, with his thousands and tens of thousands'" (488)--but in a gentler tone, with a hopeful prediction for Frank's future happiness and moral improvement closing the reading.
Other tools incorporate useful pearls of wisdom, such as "10 commandments for workplace empowerment," a "work vision table" to help create a vision of what one wants in a work life, and the "top ten occasions for using the Thanker tool" (a tool that helps the reader learn what to be thankful for).
It provided proof that Maria Sung was already married to a 53-year-old Neopolitan state employee by the name of Salvatore (his surname has not been disclosed for reasons of privacy); that it was the sect which had held Archbishop Milingo virtually incommunicado after his "marriage", forbidding him to meet any of his friends; and that a wealthy American "Mooney" convert, Philip Thanker, had been the main person attempting to block a private meeting between Maria Sung and the Archbishop.
The cautious "thanker," of course, will want to spot someone in a uniform or hat that suggests military service.
Are you one of those great givers of gifts and a thoughtful thanker? Or are you struggling to recall the last time you sent a gift or a letter to acknowledge an act of kindness from a friend or relative?
'Terms of address', as used in this study, refers to names used by students variously seen as 'acknowledgers' or 'thankers' (e.g.
It has to be wondered: After a veteran is unctuously thanked, how many thankers hand them a few hundred dollars of gratitude?