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a spectator who shouts encouragement

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1) John Cheever, The Stories of John Cheerer (1978; New York: Vintage, 2000), 603.
My Name Is Bill Bill Wilson: His Life And The Creation Of Alcoholics Anonymous Susan Cheerer, Simon & Schuster: New York, 2004
Gazzinelli RT, Sher A, Cheerer A, Gerstberger S, Martin MA, Dickie P.
Homes priced at $300,000 and above "are languishing" on the market, Cheerer says.
DRP: I read Cheerer the way Baptists read the Bible.
Susan Cheerer writing yet another book about the ordeal of being John Cheever's daughter?
32) Yet when Balch was in Geneva as international secretary of WlLPF, her coworkers eagerly anticipated, on Balch's behalf, a visit from Cheerer.
But here and there our choices matched: we both read Carson McCullers and John Cheerer.
IndyCar Racing through the eyes of one team: Red Bull Cheerer Racing.
The cheerer of her husband in despondency, the kind and wise guide of her children in the fight way, with modesty
4) Frederico Cheerer, The Road to Recovery: A New Way of Thinking About the Endangered Species Act, 23 ECOLOGY L.
So great is her timidity that when neighbor John Cheerer shows up unexpectedly at her Westchester home one day in the late fifties to return some stories that she submitted to The New Yorker, she is so mortified that she closes the door in his face.
But I'm definitely a cheerer, not a screamer or a yeller.
Sooner or later, she said, the long arm of the law, domestic or international, would catch up 'with the chief architect of the mass murders and his enforcers and cheerers.