hostler : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n someone employed in a stable to take care of the horses
- The new streets-as-buildings would provide garages at every stop, making disposal of the auto as simple as flinging the reins to the hostler at the local inn.
- He worked, during the next few years, as a servant in Rome, a street singer, a hostler in Bologna, a moneylender's agent, tax collector, mule driver, hangman's assistant, miller .
- It might never have been discovered had not it become disabled and a hostler-electrician been called to repair it.
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Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith, left, runs a drill as wide receivers coach Jim Hostler watches during NFL football training camp in Owings Mills, Md., Thursday, July 25, 2013.
July 25, 2013 - Greenwich Time
- Bart Stupak in CNN
In our committee staff's meeting with Mr. Hostler last week, we expressed serious concerns about a recent internal report showing significant issues with the management culture at Alyeska,Rep. Bart Stupak, D-Michigan, said in a statement...
- Trent Dilfer in Sports Network
I asked for that play. So, don't get on (offensive coordinator) Jim Hostler for that,said Dilfer. "It was a play we put in this week. It is real effective against that style of defense. They (the Ravens) want to blitz you on third down and...
- Mike Nolan in San Jose Mercury News
I would like to think that Ted helped us because it's a credit to Ted,Nolan said. "I think he has things to offer, but I don't want to diminish anything and take away anything from what our offensive coaches, including Jim Hostler, did in...