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a person or thing that carries, upholds, or brings:
dozens of bearers on the safari.
the person who presents an order for money or goods:
Pay to the bearer.
a tree or plant that yields fruit or flowers.
the holder of rank or office; incumbent.
(especially in India) a native boy or man employed as a personal or household servant.
one of several strips of metal fitted at the sides of a plate for support during inking and proving.
a joistlike member supporting the floorboards of a scaffold.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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Leo, the outsider, becomes the
of messages between the two lovers.
Trusting science doesn't mean one has blind faith in the
of good or bad news.
He doesn't register as a
of potential information-barter, so the conversation goes nowhere.
They permit the
to conduct business activity such as meetings and work-related functions.
The priest of the parish came with all imaginable politeness to desire a note of him, payable to the
in the other world.
The first is called the fore-reaper, the last the tail-
She is the
of them that shall grow and be mates to the mothers.
It was an office tenable for five years during which its
was invested with supreme despotic powers within his jurisdiction.
Almost half way to the wall, down go color
and color to the ground-the gallant sergeant is dead.
Much more than a cultural hybrid, each player is a tradition-
of the highest order.
British Dictionary definitions for
a person or thing that bears, presents, or upholds
a person who presents a note or bill for payment
formerly, in Africa, India, etc
a native carrier, esp on an expedition
a native servant
the holder of a rank, position, office, etc
) payable to the person in possession
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