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  • 1 Attender — At*tend er, n. One who, or that which, attends. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 attender — 1. noun a) An attendee; one who attends a course, meeting etc. She was a very constant attender of First day and week day meetings, at the meeting places she belonged to b) The subject; one who experiences. And she continued her infamous trade of …

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  • 3 attender — at|tend|er [əˈtendə US ər] n someone who regularly goes to an event such as a meeting or a class ▪ Daniel was a regular attender at the Baptist Church …

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  • 4 attender — [[t]əte̱ndə(r)[/t]] attenders N COUNT: usu adj N, oft N at/in/of n The attenders at a particular place or event are the people who go there. He was a regular attender at the opera …

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  • 5 attender — attend ► VERB 1) be present at. 2) go regularly to (a school, church, etc). 3) (attend to) deal with or pay attention to. 4) occur at the same time as or as a result of. 5) escort and wait on (an important person). DERIVATIVES …

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  • 6 attender — noun 1. someone who listens attentively • Syn: ↑hearer, ↑listener, ↑auditor • Derivationally related forms: ↑attend, ↑listen (for: ↑listener), ↑hea …

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  • 7 attender — noun see attend …

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  • 8 attender — See attend. * * * …

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  • 9 attender — n. attendant, one who attends, one who serves …

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  • 10 attend — attender, n. attendingly, adv. /euh tend /, v.t. 1. to be present at: to attend a lecture; to attend church. 2. to go with as a concomitant or result; accompany: Fever may attend a cold. Success attended her hard work. 3. to take care of;… …

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  • 11 Tender — Tẹn|der 〈m. 3〉 1. mit der Lokomotive gekoppelter Wagen für Kohle od. Wasser; Sy Kohlenwagen (2) 2. Begleitschiff eines Schiffes od. Schiffsverbandes für Kohle, Wasser, Proviant usw. [<engl. attender „Aufwärter, Begleiter“; verkürzt zu tender… …

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  • 12 meeter — noun a person who is present and participates in a meeting he was a regular attender at department meetings the gathering satisfied both organizers and attendees • Syn: ↑attendant, ↑attender, ↑attendee • Derivationally related forms: ↑meet, ↑ …

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  • 13 James Planché — Infobox Writer name = James Robinson Planché imagesize = 200px caption = 1835 portrait by Henry Perronet Briggs birthdate = birth date|df=yes|1796|2|27 birthplace = Piccadilly, London deathdate = death date and age|df=yes|1880|5|30|1796|2|27… …

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  • 14 Margaret Hope Bacon — (born Margaret Hope Borchardt, April 7, 1921; died February 24, 2011) was a Quaker historian, author and lecturer. She is primarily known for her biographies and works involving Quaker women’s history and the Abolitionist movement. Her most… …

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  • 15 attendant — I. a. Accompanying, attending, concomitant, following, consequent. II. n. 1. Follower, satellite, companion, fellow, associate, escort, attender. 2. Attender, frequenter, person present. 3. Servant, vassal, servitor, dependant, retainer, squire,… …

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  • 16 hearer — noun someone who listens attentively (Freq. 1) • Syn: ↑listener, ↑auditor, ↑attender • Derivationally related forms: ↑attend (for: ↑attender), ↑lis …

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  • 17 тендер — одномачтовый военный корабль, конвойное судно ; прицеп с углем (позади паровоза) . Из англ. tender – то же от attender сопровождающий : attend сопровождать или через нем. Теndеr; см. Клюге Гётце 617; Хольтхаузен 201; Гамильшег, ЕW 838 …

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  • 18 Tender — Tend er, n. [From {Tend} to attend. Cf. {Attender}.] 1. One who tends; one who takes care of any person or thing; a nurse. [1913 Webster] 2. (Naut.) A vessel employed to attend other vessels, to supply them with provisions and other stores, to… …

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  • 19 attend — verb Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French atendre, from Latin attendere, literally, to stretch to, from ad + tendere to stretch more at thin Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. to pay attention to 2. to …

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  • 20 Carl Jung — Jung redirects here. For other uses, see Jung (disambiguation). Carl Gustav Jung Jung in 1910 Born …

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