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macer

a macebearer. In Scotland an official who acts as usher in the superior courts of law.
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Cicero 13; Aemilius Macer 14); his knowledge (impressive) of Pliny's Natural History gives the occasion to add some new fragments of Aemilius Macer.
The only way to console oneself is that he has gone to join Macer and they are talking about old times.
Mr Bachster is bred to go over fences rather than hurdles and it is interesting the shrewd Victor Dartnall elects to pitch him straight into the Macer Gifford Handicap Chase at Huntingdon.
FREE GIFT looks the pick in the Hunts Post Thanks Local Estate Agent Handicap Chase (for The Macer Gifford Memorial Trophy) at Huntingdon.
Lewis gets two for the price of one in the Odd Couple Novices Hurdle, while he also sponsors the Portlands Trading Macer Gifford Memorial Trophy and this prize can also come closer to home with In Question from the Ian Williams stable.
This two-part documentary, shot by Richard Macer over the course of nine months, looks at how the magazine is put together and how it is celebrating its history at a time when it also faces an uncertain future.
Brian and Barbara Macer, of Salendine Nook, met through attending the church.
The White Paper amounts to a wholesale attack on the NHS," said Lillian Macer of Unison.
And the actor, who played Pauline Fowler's husband Joe Macer, took a pop at soap legend Wendy Richard.
EastEnders is also in wedding mode with the big question whether Pauline Fowler (Wendy Richard) will ditch her cardi when she marries salsa partner Joe Macer (Ray Brooks).
Stephen Brown took Keith Brown and Paul Hague out on his Macer G, and after a slow start they picked up a few double-figure cod as well as smaller fish and decent ling.
Excited: Forbidden Planet staff, from left, Jamie Simpson, Macer Weller and Nicki Checkley.