from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A hostler; a master of the horse.
- noun A standard-bearer.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun rare A standard bearer.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun One who
- noun A
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I think I just answered my own question - which is worse, a climate-denier or a knowledgeable staller ....
It seems what you did in the military prepared you to be a bull$hitter and staller.
"Osgod Clapa, King Edward Confessor's staller, was cast upon the pavement of the Church by a demon's hand for his insolent pride in presence of the relics (of St. Edmund, King and Martyr)."
Ednoth, who had been Harold's staller, where many were killed on both sides, including Ednoth himself; and then returned with nothing gained but such plunder as they succeeded in carrying off.
Other names we do not know, unless it be that of Esegar, Harold's staller and portreeve of
When I see the fore-staller luxuriously basking at the office-door in the warm sunshine, and scornfully refusing to treat for less than twice the treasurer's figures, I feel a divided indignation against the nuisance and the management that permits it.
For Domesday and the Chronicles show that he was the son of an elder Earl Ralph, who had been staller or master of the horse in
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The staller defended his actions, pointing out that it was within the rules for him to take as long as he was allowed.
After several minutes, the bubble finally burst, with both the staller and Negreanu having made the money.