Noun(1) one who sets written material into type(2) a long-haired dog formerly trained to crouch on finding game but now to point
(1) The national record setter was Tressa-Ann Charles, whose recent high was attributed to a change of attitude and hard work.(2) A company that is an expert in the field of bar coding has gained accreditation from the industry's standard setter .(3) It is, however, precisely the role of the standard setter to define the class of transactions included within the economic arrangement and to then establish the appropriate accounting for that class of transactions.(4) As with any drop-eared dog, the setter 's closed ear canal can harbor dirt, wax and bacteria.(5) The setter sniffed the sidewalk, then with a wag of her shaggy tail took off down the street.(6) And now exotic foliage, such as palm leaves, is becoming a floral fashion setter .(7) Upon seeing the approaching beauty, the setter perks up and stands at attention.(8) Like Lang, Preminger and Tourneur, Carter is a master scene setter , whether that scene be downtown New York or boho Paris.(9) Mr Ashman, who has now turned into a professional question setter for radio quiz shows, said it was nice for England to bring home at least one trophy this year.(10) The setter 's long-haired coat easily wards off the north country's brisk autumn climate and punishing brier tangles.(11) He was the sole price setter , free to set marginal revenue equal to marginal cost, and free to set price far above marginal cost.(12) America's music industry has been, for decades, the world's standard setter .(13) This was most evident in the 200 fly, in which 61-year-old Daniela Barnea of Stanford Masters was the only record setter .(14) Tommy Lynch was question setter and quizmaster and he is to be congratulated for his efforts.(15) Their decision means the EU is de facto the primary standard setter in the area of European environmental policy.(16) If you have decided to be a strand style setter , enjoy the challenges, the hard work and the ultimate compliments and admiration for a style well designed.
(1) back setter :: バックセッター
1. compositor ::
2. typographer ::
3. typesetter ::
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