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tailor

1. a person who makes, repairs, or alters outer garments, esp menswear
2. a voracious and active marine food fish, Pomatomus saltator, of Australia with scissor-like teeth
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First, the unit of analysis in Lo Sasso and Seamster (2007) is the state, and so it is unclear how individual hospitals responded to payment changes.
Appliance Repair: Eric Seamster, Amurcon Realty Company
Still, there is nothing (I think) linguistically incorrect in using seamster as a male companionate to seamstress.
Reeve, Meghan Seamster, Lauren Sipple, Colleen Sowney, Anthony Spatola, Kelly Walker, Colleen Walsh, Lyndsay Woodward, Gary Yablon, Bryon Yerkes.
Today, Mike Seamster is project leader for the North Carolina Department of Natural Resources and heartily endorses the state's progress.
In fact, drawing from their own experiences in developing CRM training, Boehm-Davis, Holt, and Seamster (in press) listed the commitment of senior management as the first step for developing CRM training.
Is the seamster God a healing doctor or a jailkeeper?
Ryan, Phd, Roderick Seamster, MD, MPH, Vicki Seltzer, MD, Harold C.
Seamster thrives on a busy itinerary and David Loughnane's tough-as-teak sprinter can also show the benefit of a huge drop in class in the Curtins "Hands And Heels" Apprentice Handicap (3.
Back at Beverley, Seamster can continue his fine recent form and land the totepoolliveinfo.
David Loughnane has hit peak form and can add the five-furlong contest to his tally courtesy of SEAMSTER (3.