Definitions

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  • n. a person who captures and holds people or animals

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Examples

  • My capturer was a boy, and as remarkable a specimen of a boy as it has ever been my lot to meet during the whole of my career.

    The Adventures of a Three-Guinea Watch

  • The story line is fast-paced; mostly driven by the chained hero and his female capturer who takes him although there is a troublemaking villain trying to use the situation for personal gain.

    Bound to Please-Hope Tarr « The Merry Genre Go Round Reviews

  • Isaac Julien, a groundbreaking filmmaker and member of the Creative Caribbean Network has proved once more to be the supreme capturer of cultural identities and narrator of seemingly undisclosed histories.

    Constantin Bjerke: Ten Thousand Waves by Isaac Julien

  • Mlilo says Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) processing officers at Beitbridge issued registration books in the name of River Ranch but when the applications were sent to the Central Vehicle Registry, the data capturer, Mercy Kuliwa, a student on attachment “unnecessarily restricted herself” to what was on the “incorrectly completed” application form and put the UNDP as the registered owner.

    Government confirms River Ranch vehicles were registered in the name of UNDP

  • That makes it very difficult to reuse the content (unless of course you have Quicktime Pro or a streaming media capturer). posted by elliott bledsoe link backs tags:

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • That makes it very difficult to reuse the content (unless of course you have Quicktime Pro or a streaming media capturer). posted by elliott bledsoe tags:

    VIDEO SLAM :: content aggregators don't make it easy

  • Each team comprises a healthcare worker, two community health workers and a data capturer.

    ANC Today

  • Rambo, now working in Thailand as a disenchanted snake capturer for a local entertainment group, is reluctantly persuaded to man a boat for a band of Christian Aid workers who wish to cautiously travel up stream to provide medicine for the poor peasants in war-ravaged Burma.

    RAMBO | Obsessed With Film

  • Since the NGO's handing over of the programme, the department had employed additional staff including four doctors, two nurses, two pharmacy assistants and a data capturer, as a mobile team for the area.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Early on, it seems to me, she is still in training as the capturer of moods and moments.

    The Unclosed Circle

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