Definition of Requirers

1. requirer [n] - See also: requirer



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Requirers

requietory
requight
requights
requin
requins
requinto
requirable
require
required
required arch length
requirement
requirements
requirements contract
requirements contracts
requirer
requirers (current term)
requires
requirest
requireth
requiring
requisite
requisitely
requisiteness
requisitenesses
requisites
requisition
requisition form
requisitionable
requisitionary
requisitioned

Literary usage of Requirers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Chronicles of Froissart by Jean Froissart, George Campbell Macaulay (1908)
".amples of requirers and not requirers, and :ver of five four hath obtained,1 and in a nanner all the victories that the Englishmen have had in France, ..."

2. The Federalist: A Commentary on the Constitution of the United States, Being by Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, James Madison (1901)
"The tax-imposers are sure to quarrel with the tax-requirers. The executive is crippled by not getting the laws it needs, and the Legislature is spoiled by ..."

3. The Contemporary Review (1873)
"These three attributes were assigned to the heads of store departments, and, in so far as they were store requirers, to the more technical officers also. ..."

4. An Introduction to the English Historians by Charles Austin Beard (1906)
"The tax-imposers are sure to quarrel with the tax-requirers. The executive is crippled by not getting the law it needs, ..."

5. An Introduction to the English Historians by Charles Austin Beard (1906)
"... are sure to quarrel with the tax-requirers. The executive is crippled by not getting the law it needs, and the legislature is spoiled by having to act ..."

6. An Introduction to the English Historians by Charles Austin Beard (1906)
"The tax-imposers are sure to quarrel with the tax-requirers. The executive is crippled by not getting the law it needs, and the legislature is spoiled by ..."

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