tyer

tyer

(ˈtaɪə)
n
a person who ties
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Police said that the man was standing in the shop while repairing his vehicles' tyer. The victim was taken to Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center, where was pronounced dead.
The guest speaker will be professional fly tyer Gunnar Brammer, owner of Brammer Custom Flies, who will give presentations throughout the day.
Owner Peter Tyer and the team gathered to thank Sheila for her hard work and commitment over the years and wished her well for her future life of leisure.
One of my editors, Rick Eggleston, recently questioned me about my inconsistent usage of fly tyer vs.
Western Oregon anglers (and those interested in becoming fly anglers) will get a chance to see more of O'Keefe's work - and to pick up some photography tips from him - this week at the 2009 Northwest Fly Tyer and Fly Fishing Expo.
It took four people to run the thing: a tractor driver, a feeder, a wire tyer (a word coined by International Harvester) and a wire poker.
O'Kane's Supply Officer, LCDR Donald Tyer, gave a short introduction of CAPT Bronson to the Supply Department assembled in the Crew's Mess.
Far from a newcomer to outdoor writing, Fullum writes and illustrates the "Creative Tying" column for Fly Tyer magazine.
Glenn Roeder is expected to rubber-stampt the signing of 15-year-old Swansea schoolboy Scott Tyer. Hotline sources describe him as a "battering ram of a centre forward - awesome for his age''.
Peter Tyer, of AA Road Services, said: "Once again, snow caught most people out with many cars ill-prepared to cope with the extreme weather conditions."
Samuel also reported installations of its News Tyer 2000 machines at the Akron (Ohio) Beacon Journal; The Valdosta (Ga.) Daily Times (with bottom wrappers); the Morning News, Florence, S.C.
Bubba Tyer, head trainer for the Redskins, top-ranks the following list of modern changes in training: