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Synonyms for salter

someone who uses salt to preserve meat or fish or other foods

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someone who makes or deals in salt

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grunted Uncle Salters, without turning his head, and Harvey pitched the fish by twos and threes down the hatch.
repeated Uncle Salters, waving the flat, curved splitter's weapon.
Salter analyses embodiment in terms of both how much and what sort of investment to do (choice of technique)?
Abstract: During his honours research on an index of industrial production at the University of Western Australia, Wilfred Salter gained an understanding of the composite commodity theorem.
Memorable days; the selected letters of James Salter and Robert Phelps.
Business owner Graham Salter, 56, trading as Diptune, pleaded guilty to breaching health and safety legislation for failing to prevent access to dangerous parts of the machinery.
David Salter, The Media We Deserve: Underachievement in the Fourth Estate, Melbourne University Press, Carlton, 2007.
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Something small and dusty and - like a lot of things Michael Salter finds - just another of society's discarded items: A severed wheel from a chair or desk or something that might just end up in his art someday.
Wallasey MP Angela Eagle last night criticised local Conservatives after a leaflet was circulated in Seacombe claiming that popular Labour councillor John Salter was standing down.
The Commons Standards and Privileges upheld two complaints by Rob Wilson, the Tory MP for Reading East, over the use of pre-paid Commons envelopes by Martin Salter, the Labour MP for Reading West, to send out copies of his parliamentary newsletter.
However you choose to classify it, Danai Gurira and Nikkole Salter have it: on the page and certainly on the stage.
At times, Salter slips into caricature; there is a uniformity to his women, with their "thoroughbred" features.
The intriguing set by Christopher Salter consisted of suspended fiberglass panels, which Lea Xiao lit in silvers and blues.
In 1695, James Salter, who fashioned himself as "Don Saltero," opened a coffeehouse on a respectable corner in Chelsea.