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Let·te·rer

(let'ĕr-ĕr),
Erich, German pathologist, *1895. See: Letterer-Siwe disease.
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The creative team includes writer Amy Reeder and artists Natacha Bustos and Tamara Bonvillain, along with Brandon Montclair (writer) and letterer Travis Lanham.
When she came upon the colorful work of letterer Abbey Sy, she could only exclaim, Ang ganda!
In this book, freelance designer, workshop instructor, creative entrepreneur, and letterer Abbey guides you through a wonderful new hobby.
It was Rowland [6] (1929) who gave histological description of this lesion in different organs while Green and Farber [7] (1942) demonstrated that eosinophilic granuloma of bone, Hand Schuller Christian disease and Letterer Siwe Syndrome have the same basic pathology.
The team consists of a writer, penciler, inker, colorist, letterer, graphic designer, web designer, editor and publicist.
MacPherson, artist Grant Bond, letterer Neil Uyetake, and editor Tom Waltz.
Maybe I can get some work as a letterer or a background inker or something.
From the world of art and entertainment the university will make awards to sculptor and letterer Celia Kilner, of Holmfirth, and actor Barrie Rutter, creator of Halifax-based touring theatre company, Northern Broadsides.
LETTERER and illustrator Ella Lama is living proof that time is gold.
Another erratic character, the protagonist of the "esoteric novel" "Pis'miatnik" (The Letterer), devotes all his time and energy to fishing out private letters from the mailboxes of strangers, until he finds himself drawn into a bizarre situation and has to undergo a phantasmagoric metamorphosis.