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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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The Devil Wears Prada's Emily Blunt plays FBI agent Kate Macer and The Usual Suspects' Benicio del Toro plays Colombian former prosecutor Alejandro.
Housing manager Steve Macer said it was "not unreasonable" to ask parents to clean up after children.
Macer took care of the farm and Josh began riding more and then began training.
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.
Subak L, Wing R, Smith West D, Franklin F, Vittinghoff E, Creasma J, Richter H, Myers D, Burgio K, Gorin A, Macer J, Kusek J, Grady D.
James Macer, an ob.gyn., for their regular checkups now that internists in the community are restricting their Medicare practices, he said.
La calendula se nombra desde el herbario de Macer en el siglo XII.
(International sales: Clandestine, Sherman Oaks, Calif.) Produced by Sterling Macer Jr., Ted Melfi, Cathleen Alexander, Alan Arrivee, Jefferson Edward Donald.
There are a few doubtful choices (the rewriting of Domitius Marsus 1.5-8 seems extreme, and Knaacke's excellent tumido at Aemilius Macer 5 belongs in the text rather than the apparatus), but for the most part, Courtney's text is superb.
Calvus was a son of the chronicler Licinius Macer. As an orator he was the leader of a group who opposed the florid Asiatic school and took the simplest Attic orators as their model.
In Oxfordshire, vast areas of once protected countryside are being turned into housing and, as filmmaker Richard Macer discovers, not everyone is happy about it.
Having battled the extremists for the past three years alongside Syrian Democratic Forces, Macer Gifford said there was a "real risk" those returning could carry out terror attacks.