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Chastener Chas"ten*er, n. One who chastens.
Fastener Fas"ten*er, n. One who, or that which, makes fast or firm.
Hastener Has"ten*er, n. 1. One who hastens. 2. That which hastens; especially, a stand or reflector used for confining the heat of the fire to meat while roasting before it.
Listener Lis"ten*er, n. One who listens; a hearkener.
Moistener Mois"ten*er, n. One who, or that which, moistens. --Johnson.

Meaning of stener from wikipedia

- stener johannes stenersen (15 july 1835 – 7 july 1904) was a norwegian veterinarian. he was born in elverum as a son of priest gabriel hofgaard stenersen
- a stener lesion is a type of traumatic injury to the thumb. it occurs when the aponeurosis of the adductor pollicis muscle becomes interposed between the
- people with the same name, see william ferguson (disambiguation). william stener 'will' ferguson (born october 12, 1964) is a canadian travel writer and
- condition (referred to as a stener lesion) occurs, the adequate healing of the tear is prevented altogether. for a stener lesion to occur, a complete
- marquesuzaa roger martine bernard mommejat françois moncla aldo quaglio henri rancoule lucien roge alfred roques guy stener michel vannier roger vigier
- of veteriarian stener johannes stenersen (1835–1904) and helga hermana heltberg (1842–1921). he was a grandnephew of theologian stener johannes stenersen
- father was stationed as vicar. he was named stener johannes stenersen schjøtt after professor of theology stener johannes stenersen. in 1845 the family moved
- soft-tissue lesions morel-lavallee lesion bankart lesion perthes lesion stener lesion slap lesion diabetes-****ociated lesions armanni-ebstein lesion blumenthal