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Brew·er

(brū'ĕr),
George E., U.S. surgeon, 1861-1939. See: Brewer infarcts.
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The EPA has finalized an ENERGY STAR specification including commercial coffee brewers to the program.
The partnership also includes the continuation of a joint charitable program with the Brewers Community Foundation called Hits for Homes that directly benefits Housing Resources, Inc.
The distributor and brewer relationship is one that has been overwhelmingly successful for decades.
Brewer began her professional life as an organic chemist with Kimberly-Clark Corp.
The jury found Michael Brewer, 68, of Swarthmore Road, Selly Oak, Birmingham, guilty of sexually abusing the victim in his office at Chetham's School of Music when she was aged 14 and 15.
This is not necessarily a realistic portrayal of the days and lives of Southerners," Brewer wryly admits.
This recall includes the Starbucks Barista Aroma 8-Cup Coffee Brewer only.
My father had the opportunity to venture out into solvent-based packaging inks for food products," said Dean Brewer, president of R&L Inks, which was spun-off of Brewer's Printing Ink in 2002.
This 21-site network used Brewer Mark IV single-monochromator spectrophotometers, which measure UV radiation levels reaching the Earth's surface at 0.
After years of almost driving consumers away, the 129-year-old regional brewer launched a new look and product line in June with a massive advertising blitz and the promise of more than 300 jobs next year.
headquartered in Seattle, kicked off its annual three-week brewing sale with a "Brewer Exchange Day," where customers could trade in their old home brewers to receive a special gift that can be used towards the purchase of a new coffee maker, espresso machine or other merchandise sold in Starbucks stores.
beer giant Anheuser-Busch to become the world's largest brewer by volume--caught many by surprise.