from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A member of a Rotary Club, a major national and international service club.
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- n. A member of a Rotary Club.
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- n. a member of a Rotary Club
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Santa's helper, aka Rotarian Jim Crow, who is resplendent in a festive red-and-white hat, beams broadly as he jangles his bucket in Fleet's high street.
Advertising executive Astra Da Costa was yesterday described as a Rotarian of great courage and commitment, a patriot to her country and the matriarch of her family.
Does Our Cyril control the advertisers directly or perhaps through his dark satanic "Rotarian" links?
If I push it, I can dredge up "Rotarian," which is not much help, as well as "antidisestablishmentarianism" -- a word even longer than Singularitarianism, which is also related to the subject of religion.
The Washington County Youth Court which was organized in 1989 as a Boy Scout Explorer Post, has been nationally recognized in the "Rotarian" magazine as well as other publications including "Exploring" magazine.
Genthner is also a Rotarian, a member of the Kiwanis club and on the board of the Blue Ridge Assistance Dogs.
The "old cold warrior" Nixon, offering the Chinese a "Rotarian handshake," as Mr. Adams has phrased it, is portrayed as an innocent abroad, his can-do spirit and self-importance set against an ancient, impenetrable civilization with a blood-soaked recent history.
“Guy seems to know who he is,” one Rotarian observed to another.
John T Frederick "Speaking of Books", The Rotarian, Jul 1953 offers the following review:
They're not provincial, like a Rotarian who wants to tell you about the water-works.