from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A person who, or a thing which brings something
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who brings.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who brings, in any sense of the verb.
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I'm well known as the bringer of 'weird food' too!
In Belgium St. Martin is chiefly known as the bringer of apples and nuts for children; in Bavaria and Austria he has a different aspect: a _gerte_ or rod, supposed to promote fruitfulness among cattle and prosperity in general, is connected with his day.
Lieder originally called the bringer of doom "Planet X," and later connected it to a planet that was hypothesized to exist by a writer named Zecharia Sitchin in his book "The 12th Planet" Harper 1976.
Below is a story of what happened to a town and business when a government raid took place on the Swift Meat packing plant which are raids that have been so successful that this so called bringer of change Obama has just put an end to which I will post underneath the swift meat story ....
* Show #3 Sunday Dec 18, "bringer" show at the New York Improv: Show starts at 7pm, but you need to get there by 6:45 to keep your reservations.
* Show #1 Monday Dec 12, "bringer" show and Aspen Comedy Fesival audition night at Stand-Up New York: Show starts at 9pm, but you need to get there by 8:30 to keep your reservation.
The next time someone brings something to be shared by the office staff and Dolores makes her usual move, the "bringer" should tell her plainly that she's not to take more than a portion for herself until everyone else has had some - and to ask permission beforehand if she wants to take any of the remainder home.
I was doing late-night sets and "bringer" shows in New York clubs.
(approx. 16: 30 to 29: 00) Keith talks with Chemda about his approach to stand-up comedy, their disdain for "bringer" shows, and the drudgery that pursuing a successful career in comedy can lead to eventually.
In the eyes of children, he is a gift-bringer that knows if they have been naughty or nice throughout the year.