Definition of Rebaters
1. rebater [n] - See also: rebater
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Literary usage of Rebaters
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1. The Arena by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1908)
"Again, no man has ever more savagely denounced the secret rebates and rebaters than President Roosevelt, yet he gave a cabinet position to one of the most ..."
2. Semi-centennial History of the New York Life Insurance Company, 1845-1895 by James Monroe Hudnut (1895)
"... writing of a large business will have a most helpful influence on others, and so render my task in dealing with persistent rebaters comparatively easy. ..."
3. Proceedings of the ... Annual Convention of the National Association of Life by LIfe Underwriters Association of Canada (1906)
"The rebaters are still working, and will continue until the anti-rebate laws are enforced. You will note that general agents, members of local ..."
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