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Definition of Apprizer

Apprizer
Apprizer Ap*priz"er, n. 1. An appraiser. 2. (Scots Law) A creditor for whom an appraisal is made. --Sir W. Scott.

Meaning of Apprizer from wikipedia

- under his command from parti****ting: As the Commander in Chief has been apprized of a design form'd for the observance of that ridiculous and childish custom...
- and that neither should take any decisive step of which the other is not apprized." And then, closer to the attributed phrase: "We have a sick man on our...
- in 1856 again mentioned the island: "... King Ang Duong (of Cambodia) apprize Mr. de Montigny, French envoy in visit to Bangkok, through the intermediary...
- treated. He said in part: It is also, at this time especially, my duty to apprize the Colonists of my resolution, to take every lawful means of extending...
- the First Man that Christ should be sent down to her ****istance. Sophia, apprized of the coming help, announced his advent by John, prepared the baptism...
- Acarnan and his brother Amphoterus to avenge their father Alcmaeon: "Being apprized of Alcmaeon's untimely end and courted by Zeus, Callirrhoe requested that...
- under his command from parti****ting: As the Commander in Chief has been apprized of a design form'd for the observance of that ridiculous and childish custom...
- Agriculture create the commission that was in charge of evaluating and apprizing the studies and proposals on the issue. In January 1962, the government...
- great and free Colony. It is also, at this time especially, my duty to apprize the Colonists of my resolution, to take every lawful means for extending...
- so). This action is described in his Gallic Wars at 2.10: Caesar, being apprized of [the situation] by Titurius [his legate], leads all his cavalry and...