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Definition of Pedler

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Peddler Ped"dler, n. [OE. pedlere, pedlare, also peddare, peoddare, fr. OE. ped a basket, of unknown origin.] One who peddles; a traveling trader; one who travels about, retailing small wares; a hawker. [Written also pedlar and pedler.] ``Some vagabond huckster or peddler.' --Hakluyt.
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Pedlar Ped"lar, Pedler Ped"ler, n. See Peddler.

Meaning of Pedler from wikipedia

- Christopher Magnus Howard "Kit" Pedler (11 June 1927 – 27 May 1981) was a British medical scientist, parapsychologist and science fiction author. He was...
- Margaret Pedler (died 28 December 1948) was a British novelist, who wrote po****r works of romantic fiction. Initially Pedler studied piano and singing...
- Ernest Joseph "Ern" Pedler (1914–1989) was a writer whose work was based on his experiences as a distance-riding horseman and wild horse-chasing cowboy...
- Alexander Pedler CIE FRS (21 May 1849 – 13 May 1918) was a British civil servant and chemist. He was educated at the City of London School. He was professor...
- John Nicholas Pedler (25 January 1870 – 10 August 1942) was an Australian politician. He was a member of the South Australian House of ****embly from 1918...
- country and western could be put together in a new way." Author Dominic Pedler describes the way they crossed musical styles: "Far from moving sequentially...
- meets Suzanne Blair, Colonel Race, and Sir Eustace Pedler. In addition to his secretary, Guy Pagett, Pedler employs Harry Rayburn. Colonel Race recounts the...
- Archived from the original (PDF) on 9 October 2017. Retrieved 6 April 2019. • Pedler, John (2015). A Word Before Leaving: A Former Diplomat's Weltanschauung...
- the Aeolian mode is rooted on the sixth step of the major scale. Dominic Pedler considers the "Aeolian cadence" moment to occur at the end of this line:...
- America. Piatkus 2007 pp. 589–590. Gould, p. 590 Pedler, p. 669 Pedler, p. 33 Pedler, pp. 669–670 Pedler, p. 671 Unterberger 2007. Mendelsohn 1969. Womack...
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