from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who guides.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A guide; a director.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who guides; a guide or director.
Set up finish-line area, medical tents and chip guider/collectors, pass out water and heat sheets to finishers, chip removal.
Une petite étoile, elle est capable de guider le marin dans la mer, une seule étincelle peut toujours allumer un incendie gigantesque.
Well, now it seems the show, created by "Friday Night Lights" guider Jason Katims, is finally starting to pick up some mojo, winning its time slot Tuesday night for perhaps the first time, even managing to beat out a new episode of ABC's "The Good Wife."
They are believed to represent the deity Xolotl, in his role as guider of souls in the underworld and also provide some symbolic food for the departed on his or her journey.
In contrast, however, the traditional role of the American cantor has remained that of shaliah zibbur, the leader for ritual duties and musical guider-inspirer of congregational prayer.
She said she had been Ashamed to be an American until the last 20 years, I presume under the guidance of Mr. Wright, their "right" leader and guider.
David Lindo is a broadcaster, writer, talker, and bird guider.
Show us what the “external guider” does, specifically, to carry out its “guiding”.
Butts n a certain hole-guider are jealous becux I got TWO, yes TWO holes-in-one.
As therefore in a chariot, the middling one in virtue and power is not the charioteer, but that one of the horses which is worse than his guider and yet better than his fellow; so in the soul, Plato gives the middle place not to the principal part, but to that faculty which has less of reason than the principal part and more than the third.
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