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1. One that voices: a voicer of criticism.
2. Music A specialist in regulating the tone of organ pipes.
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Noun1.voicer - someone who regulates the tone of organ pipes
skilled worker, skilled workman, trained worker - a worker who has acquired special skills
2.voicer - a speaker who voices an opinionvoicer - a speaker who voices an opinion  
speaker, talker, verbaliser, verbalizer, utterer - someone who expresses in language; someone who talks (especially someone who delivers a public speech or someone especially garrulous); "the speaker at commencement"; "an utterer of useful maxims"
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To register an opinion with a cadre may mean going on record and places the voicer in a potentially vulnerable situation.
Other guests include "Mulan" voicer Ming Na Wen, on the Golden Maile jury (which rewards pics limping Pacific Rim themes) and a panel discussing Asian-American images in cinema.
Channel 4 entertainment guru Andrew Newman tell us that the animals were carefully chosen to bear a passing resemblance to their celebrity voicer - which we're sure they won't find offensive in any way (the stars, that is, not the animals).
The heterogeneity of public officials' preferences is also highlighted by Santiso (2003) who writes, "One basic rule of the confidence game [in international financial markets] is then to be very careful when nominating the official government voicer. For investors it is mainly the ministry of economics or finance or the governor of the central bank."
A mae ou o cuidador permaneceu com um equipamento de protecao auricular e com fone de ouvido (marca C3 Tech--modelo voicer confort), em ambas as orelhas, do qual foi emitido estimulo sonoro musical, em intensidade confortavel, a fim de que nao houvesse interferencia nas respostas dos bebes;
He is a singing member of Gledholt Male Voicer Choir and was its chairman for six years.
James Atherton, voicer and head tuner, fine tunes the pipes of the new organ at Llandaff Cathedral, Cardiff
Given the different nature of the interests that arised, one can recognize a clear predominance of the second group as coincident and in a way the voicer of primary interests of the Brazilian government with the establishment of the challenged measure.