crïwr, grïwr, criwyr, chrïwr, chriwyr, griwyr, nghrïwr, nghriwyr
Noun(1) a person who weeps(2) (formerly(3) a peddler who shouts to advertise the goods he sells
(1) She remembered that the crier had woken them all up to hear the news.(2) The crier calls out that court will reconvene tomorrow at 10 a.m.(3) The idea could see Kendal have its own crier to announce special events and advertise up-and-coming attractions as well as attending civic functions.(4) Silence pressed itself over the crowd while the crier waited.(5) You could even decide to sponsor an individual town crier if you have a connection with where the crier comes from.(6) ├ö├ç├┐The king has gone blind, and only the blood of the Kaha bird can save him,├ö├ç├û the crier announced.(7) Tewkesbury crier Mike is using the occasion to announce his support for the regiment to keep its unique badge, which it is in danger of losing in the impending merger with the Devonshire and Dorset Regiment.(8) The crier had ridden down the main street their inn was located on yesterday morning, bellowing Syran's message regarding the new rule.(9) The crier gave no information on this prisoner, but Ari had a sinking feeling that the prisoner that Syran was searching for was her father.(10) The town crier added: ├ö├ç├┐The first bids in would guarantee that I would contact them and get all the relevant information and give it to a crier .├ö├ç├û(11) During the weekend, there will also be the chance for budding town criers to audition on the square as the town council looks to appoint a new crier for the town.(12) A hearing at Huddersfield Magistrates Court last month heard the crier claim on forms that he had suffered an injury while working as a handyman in 1998 which left him unable to work.(13) The man's got some lungs alright - any town short of a crier might want to look him up.(14) A call would be made by the public crier , instructing that Armenian males should present themselves at a government building.(15) Instead of getting their information from the crier , the citizens would huddle around a piece of paper to have someone read it to them.(16) Brednich discussed a 17th-century painting depicting broadsides being carried by a street crier .
(1) town crier :: crïwr tref
1. town crier ::
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