cheerer


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a spectator who shouts encouragement

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Expanding on that idea, Cheerer wrote, "We have untold examples of the utter failure of censorship, whatever the form.
It flavors the entire reception far more pointedly than would a single cheerer.
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.
Susan Cheerer writing yet another book about the ordeal of being John Cheever's daughter?
4) Frederico Cheerer, The Road to Recovery: A New Way of Thinking About the Endangered Species Act, 23 ECOLOGY L.
What is right will prevail and the armies and mouthpieces of the dictatorships will be vanquished, while the testimonies of the hypocrites and the opportunists who are in fact mere "failed" actors and cheerers on the black market of shame will not affect the "purity" of revolutions whose men are yearning for freedom and dignity
Thus they have pulled out their derbakkehs and tambourines, brought on a backup chorus of clear-voiced cheerers, set up steady and mobile cameras, and begun to spray verses, metaphors and rhymes, until they turned the entire country into a Zajal party singing the same song.