from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who hatches (transitive senses)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who hatches, or that which hatches; a hatching apparatus; an incubator.
- n. One who contrives or originates; a plotter.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who hatches; a contriver; a plotter.
- n. A bird that hatches; also, any apparatus for hatching eggs, as a hatching-box or -trough; an incubator.
Rather than someone simply taking refuge in the past because he's unable to face the present, Wilson is more in the tradition of an artist such as Plush: a hatcher of big ideas, and dreamer of big dreams.
I agree with you, lets wait and see as what i have been hearing is everyone is jumping to the conclusion that indeed its a hatcher he will be using and not the scalpel he has said he would use.
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| Reply meh did not read the above post by hatcher … heh
Gale Harold, who plays the boyfriend of Teri hatcher has suffered serious injuries in a motorcycle accident.
It seems a family member of one of the suspects told Scotland Yard this stooge was hatching a plot from Pakistan and then the Pakis supposedly caught this plot-hatcher on the Afghan border.
Reply this theory seems plausible, the sad thing is, taht if it is true, that ABC will read this and change the planned ending to something along the lines of “lindsey lohan and terri hatcher saves everyone riding a magic flying marmoset”
Talamir reckoned that the whole scheme had been hatched up to create a distraction at some pointand that the hatcher of said plot had gotten cold feet when his agent had been unmasked.
'I know of few towns and villages in the Free State where the Broederbond has not established for itself a nest of five, six, or more Broeders to serve as a focal point for Bond propaganda, and I also know that there is hardly a single nest in which there isn't at least one teacher sitting as a hatcher.
Ferguson, the famous hatcher of plots, was declared false and scandalous, and Ferguson was committed to Newgate.