- From Middle English demere, from Old English dēmere ("a judge"), equivalent to deem + -er. More at deem. (Wiktionary)
“Posted March 24, 2004 5: 50 PM donna j deemer writes: we find ourselfs in need of health care ins. we got a letter in the mail.”
“A major limitation is placed on the insurance exception, known as the "deemer clause", which essentially provides that state insurance law cannot operate on employer self-funded benefit plans.”
“Right just deemer, judge him to be mine for to be damned with me. to”
“If we'd all staid in de heathen land, where all de black folks come from, we'd neber known noting 'bout heben, noting 'bouts de hebenly' deemer or de golden streets of de new Jerusalem.”
“Strike from omnipotence; all-seer, all-deemer and haunt my severed country with your dripping, secret games You pick the unripe lilies deflored and peeled the bleeding petals made known to me the grainy stains, the crimson lotus of the”
“Not singling out one item here, because whether it is the mochar chop, deemer devil, fish roll, kabiraji cutlet or the moghlai paratha or any other item from this school of thought and taste, they all are winners.”
“But the loss which he who diminishes the words of the prophecy is to sustain, cannot design any deduction from the reward of the Re - deemer.”
“It was, my friend, necessary upon the foregoing occasion, to insist much upon the finished salvation wrought out by our Re - deemer; all knowledge of the character of Jesus Christ, seemed to be lost among the greater part of the people.”
“The unbeliever will doubtless be destroyed; but the believer ivill supply his place, for they shall all be taught of God, from the least to the greatest, and thus taught, it will be impossible to find an unbeliever, for the Re - deemer will come from Zion, and will turn away ungodliness from Jacob.”
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