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Potter

1. (Helen) Beatrix. 1866--1943, British author and illustrator of children's animal stories, such as The Tale of Peter Rabbit (1902)
2. Dennis (Christopher George). 1935--94, British dramatist. His TV plays include Pennies from Heaven (1978), The Singing Detective (1986), and Blackeyes (1989)
3. Paulus. 1625--54, Dutch painter, esp of animals
4. Stephen. 1900--70, British humorist and critic. Among his best-known works are Gamesmanship (1947) and One-Upmanship (1952), on the art of achieving superiority over others
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Three -- four -- five minutes passed, and then Potter began to stir and moan.
No, you've always been fair and square with me, Muff Potter, and I won't go back on you.
Clutton and Potter sat on each side of her, and everyone knew that neither had found her unduly coy.
She's been with Clutton and Potter and Flanagan, even with old Foinet--that's why he takes so much trouble about her--and now two of you, you and Lawson.
Initially, the Potters focused the business on transporting medical and hazardous waste materials.
The combined company will offer products and services under both the Potters and Flex-O-Lite brands.
The Potters have lived in Sherman Oaks for 34 years.
As a result, certain assets of Cascadia subsidiaries International Potters Distilling Corporation, Arctica Distilling Corporation and Cascadia Brands Inc will be purchased by Highwood, including the brands Potters Premium Vodka, Potters Special Old Canadian Rye Whisky, Potters Superior Rum, Potters London Dry Gin, a line of liqueurs under the Abstract label and premium Canadian whisky under the Century Reserve label.
With headquarters in El Cajon, the company is family-owned and operated and provides all levels of potters with innovative and high quality pottery wheels, stools, tools and accessories.