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a tradesman who sells hosiery and (in England) knitwear

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Moreover, the suggestion of the popular hosier was received with such enthusiasm by these bourgeois who were flattered at being called "squires," that all resistance was useless.
Educators and parents can help children who may not be equipped to know the difference between what is reported by a bona fide news agency and what they may read on social media, for instance, noted Trudi Jacobson, head of the Information Literacy Department at the University at Albany, and Allison Hosier, Information Literacy Librarian at the university, in a university news release distributed by DJC Communications.
Rolling Meadows Davis 4 2-4 11; Spiwak 4 2-2 11; Rolla 5 3-7 13; Greifenstein 2 0-0 5; Anderson 0 0-0 0; Holifield 1 0-1 3; Kowalski 0 0-0 0; Brand 0 0-0 0; Hosier 1 3-4 5.
With Gocio Elementary food service manager Diana hosier.
Street Art has been proven to draw foot traffic into towns all over the world which is great for Darwin CBD businesses - and Melbourne's Hosier Lane is famous for being one of Australia's most instagrammable destinations.
This is a tribute to the hard work of officers from Pennaf and the expert guidance of our advisors JCRA and Peter Emsden of Claire and Hosier Ltd who we worked very closely with on this," said Mr Worthington.
Cannon: The ladies of the ODAA & OCDAS: Sherri Lewis, Becki Streeter, Collee Schmitt, Audrey Hosier, Carol Focht, Tonya Casey, and Grace Holden.
NSDA Board Member and local Support Group Leader Fred Hosier shared, "I've gone to NSDA conferences for several years, and each time I attend I learn something new about our voice condition, not only from doctors and researchers, but also from all the friends I've met who also have SD who share their own stories.
The American actor, 27, was hit by the vehicle as it rolled backwards down his driveway in Studio City, California, according to Los Angeles police officer Jenny Hosier.
Her father, hosier and dyer Samuel Snell, and his second wife Mary Williams both died when she was 17 and she was forced to move to London in search of work.
Bill was a 'Gentleman's Gentleman,'" said Rich Hosier, a long-time colleague of Magie's at Magie Bros.
A street artist spray paints a mural on a portion of the wall lining Hosier Lane, one of several streets in Melbourne where graffiti is legal.
Included is the example of hosiers in Madrid who in 1623 appealed to the courts stating that "the occupation of hosier in all ways has been and is distinct from that of tailors, the latter occupying themselves with the waist up, and the former with the waist down [therefore only hosiers should be allowed to make calzones]" (127).