from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who leases or gleans; lessor.
- n. Leaseman.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who leases or gleans.
- n. A liar.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who leases or gathers; a gleaner.
- n. One who leases or lets; a lessor.
- n. One who tells a falsehood; a liar.
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(But then again: Seale wrote the autobiography of Khalid Bin Sultan (owner or "leaser" of Al-Hayat.
The leaser takes the planes back after this and the airline can induct a brand new one in its place.
SolarCity Inc., a leaser and installer of solar-energy systems, says it turned down financing of up to $100 million from an outside investor.
Mr. Udvar-Hazy co-founded International Lease Finance Corp., a major aircraft leaser, nearly 40 years ago before leaving last year.
Berkshire operations that provide luxury products such as its jewelry businesses or plane leaser NetJets are recovering, albeit off a "very, very low base."
The entirety of the strand's bandwidth belongs to the leaser, who supplies his own lasers, which can cost more than $5 million, to light the line and transmit information.
Chace Crawford bossing RDJ around, as the leaser of the Avengers.
They did take those extra seconds for the close-up of the long-jowled vampire-zombie leaser, so maybe yes.
It is a top leaser (ph) of - of rail cars and aircraft.
"We can continue to be the number one driller in America, the number one leaser in America ... because we're a big company, we generate a lot of cash," Mr. McClendon said.