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- n. someone who suggests
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who suggests.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which suggests. Also suggestor.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who advances a suggestion or proposal
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Though none reported that the suggester is a woman, which is rather significant, considering that Camp Whitman, increasingly desperate to get the focus off illegal immigration, is charging sexism.
In other words, when parties dominate politics, ideas are not debated on their merits but on the basis of (a) who suggested them, (b) whether or not the suggester was a member of the
Are we in a keeper drought in America all of a sudden?) * I'm a recovering team nickname suggester, so this is dangerous territory for me to begin with ... but it's historically been unusually difficult to name a Los Angeles sports franchise.
The next day these were all they had left when I got there and said cute guy introduced me to the other people in line as the suggester of the yum.
I am nothing if not a rampant screeching book suggester!
One such suggester was the guy who looked back at me every morning when I shaved.
Aqualung has created the Machine, an audience mood suggester and enhancer that is used to influence the emotions of the listening audience.
I still think I prefer librarything as of now because of the suggester/unsuggester and the ability to see other members 'profiles and number of similar cataloged books.
So, with thanks to the anonymous first suggester, I offer the following:
He who first uttered it may be only the suggester, but the doer will appear.
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