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rhyme

(rīm)
1. Correspondence in sound of the ends of words, e.g., smell, well, and foretell.
2. A poem in rhyme.
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Rhymer commended the staff for displaying a positive attitude, and demonstrating a high level of commitment as they deliver quality service to clients.
Divided into Q&A, the text introduces the basics of primitive theology by ethnicity, as with Welch rhymer Taliesin and the Mabinogion, Pele and Hawaiian creation lore, and the prototypical trickster and White Buffalo Woman among the North American Sioux.
Brazilian native writer-director Carlos Saldanha and Don Rhymer returned to pen the story.
Rhymer Rigby, author of The Careerist: Over 100 Ways to Get Ahead at Work, offers a checklist on how to perfect your performance.
On the other hand, Shaikh Ibrahim bin Mohammed Al Khalifa, who won the top position in the race on the back of his steed -- Rhymer -- after running for a record 02:09:45 at a speed of 25 kilometers said that the positive result he had achieved came by virtue of excellent preparation of horses before the championship in compliance with the directives of HH Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa the leader of the Royal Team who has always been keen on personally participating in order to support and boost the morale of riders and give them a mighty push in order to achieve a positive result in this competition which has been extremely exciting.
50) comes from Rhymer Rigby, who provides compelling reading on the key world players who fostered business innovations.
Just a word rhymer, a letter writer, a campaign fighter, maybe a 'fire starter', or a motivator.
Rhymer Rigby (author); 28 BUSINESS THINKERS WHO CHANGED THE WORLD; Kogan Page (Nonfiction: Business & Economics) $22.
In it, the author, Randy Roughton, made a reference to a Colonel Rhymer.
Abu Dhabi The eighth annual Abu Dhabi International Hunting and Equestrian Exhibition (Adihex) provided US Air Force cadets Paul McArthur and Michael O'Kelly and their instructor, Lieutenant Colonel Donald Rhymer, a great opportunity to exchange ideas and techniques with Emirati falconers and learn more about falcons in Arabian culture.
Maher, PhD; Ana Maldonado PA-C/MPH; Stephanie Rhymer, BS, RT(N), CNMT; and Rick L.
Set stalwart Thomas The Rhymer was played, however, with guitarist Ken Nicol accurately replicating the 70s rock guitar sound of Tim Hart who, sadly, is now seriously ill.