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Synonyms for fleer

to smile or laugh scornfully or derisively

a facial expression or laugh conveying scorn or derision

Synonyms for fleer

someone who flees from an uncongenial situation

contempt expressed by mockery in looks or words

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to smirk contemptuously

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El desarrollo del curriculo asociado a este proyecto de investigacion fue originado por la Corporacion Curricular de Australia para el desarrollo de la tecnologia, programa titulado "Yo puedo hacer que mi robot dance: Tecnologia para 3-8 anos de edad", escrito por Marilyn Fleer y Jane Sukroo.
By now I felt passionate about finding the origin of this error that had produced hundreds of cards confusing these two players since Fleer committed the initial error in 1960.
Fleer holds a bachelor's degree in Fisheries and Wildlife from the University of Missouri.
Informed by a cultural-historical perspective as outlined by Hedegaard (2004), Hedegaard and Fleer (2008), and Fleer (2010), concepts such as intersubjectivity and critical moments form the central foci of this study.
But now, as the halftime whistle blew and boys huddled around Coach Fleer for his analysis and admonitions, as the parents stood from their canvas chairs, complaining good-naturedly about their stiff knees and cold coffees, Julia could see several of the other mothers looking down the row toward Eva.
I saved up enough money to buy the last box of Fleer, about the length and width of a carton of Herbert Taryeton's at Kleinman's Delicatessen, the only place where you could buy baseball cards now that the football cards were out.
voucher 6822791) with a drug/extract ratio of 1 and a thereof produced fluid extract (voucher 6822900) were tested (details in Fleer, 2000).
The Chinese people are fleer than ever before to choose where they live, whom they marry, and what job they will do.
Moreover, soliloquies in some plays tread water between the first and second of Hirsh's categories; a character in Edward Sharpham's The Fleer (c.
In this new study, Andrew Shankman examines these questions at the state level, explaining the process in which Pennsylvania shed the republicanism of its past for a fleer but less equal, high risk, high reward capitalism.
Families then often feel fleer to express their concerns with regards to environmental health and more receptive to health education materials.
John Fleer of Blackberry Farm in Tennessee is coming in May, and Tory McPhail, chef at Commander's Palace in New Orleans, is scheduled for July.
It features triple glazing in windows to add more insulation, a ventilated "cold roof" design for energy efficiency, a six-inch air/ insulation space between the shell and structural exterior walls for effective drainage, solar-powered lights, porous paving to fleer runoff and return water for aquifer recharge, and local green-certified wood used for paneling.
LEBANON - Katie Fleer pitched a two-hitter with 12 strikeouts over seven innings to lead the Royal Scots.
Escape with Maine's historic fleer of Windjammers for an adventure of a lifetime.