tetter


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tet·ter

(tet'ĕr),
An outmoded colloquial term, popularly applied to ringworm and eczema, and occasionally applied to other eruptions.
[A.S. teter]

tetter

(tĕt′ər)
n. Chiefly Southern US
Any of various skin diseases, such as eczema, psoriasis, or herpes, characterized by eruptions and itching.
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"And a most instant tetter bark'd about"--in other words, it stopped flowing.
"A new and positive cure for Blotched Face, Barber's Itch, Scall-Head, Black-heads or Grubs, Salt Rheum, Papules, Erythema, Nettle Rash, Lichen, Prurigo or Itching, Eczema, Prairie, Seven Year, Camp or Army Itch, Branny Tetter, Ringworm, Liver Spots, Honey Comb Ringworm, Ringworm of Scalp, Bald Spots, Dandruff, Tetter, Itch, Grog Blossom, Tooth Rash, Prickly Heat, Shingles, Scale Disease &c.
Tickets: Referee: NORWICH Ruddy, R Martin, Bassong, Barnett, Garrido, E Bennett, Tetter, Howson, Johnson, Hoolahan, Holt ARSENAL Mannone, Jenkinson, Mertesacker, Vermaelen, Santos, Arteta, Ramsey, Gervinho, Cazorla, Podolski, Giroud TV: Live on ESPN 1, kick-off 5.30pm ODDS: Norwich 5-1, Arsenal 4-7, Draw 3-1 Sold out Lee Probert Norwich hope Robert Snodgrass (ankle) is fit while Steven Whittaker (ankle) is in training but not yet ready for a first-team return.
Tetter' p.39 in Tempo, New Series, No.34 (Winter, 1954-1955).
The "owner of a foul disease" Claudius has managed to "keep it from divulging" (4.1.21-22) by transferring the lesions that would normally accompany his "vicious mole in nature" to his brother: Old Hamlet's body, instantly with "tetter bark'd about" (1.5.71), bears the marks of Claudius's transgressions.
In Cyril Tourneur's The Atheist's Tragedy, D'Amville taunts Sebastian, "th' art the base corruption of my blood, / And like a tetter grow'st unto my flesh" (3.2.8-9).
So did it mine,/ And a most instant tetter bark'd about/ Most lazer-like with vile and loathsome crust/ All my smooth body" (I.v.63-73).
obligations Purchase In their supply to ineligible obligation customers, the distribution companies have to procure the renewable PPs' output in case the tetter's offer is less than or equal to the TETAS tariff and there is no other supply source (please see Appendix 2 for the supply structure in the Turkish electricity market).
This "small tetter of itch" (585) links him to his older brother Grover, whose birthmark had fascinated Eugene as a child when the family lived in St.
snowboarders, including Shaun White, Danny Kass, Gretchen Bleiler, Lindsey Jacobellis, Kelly Clark, and Hannah Tetter, have benefited from the recently commercialized form of snowboarding.
I told him I could hardly wait to read this new book (after which I'll submit a review for Townsend tetter).