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Cryer vs. Crier

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Cryernoun

archaic form of crier

β€˜a town cryer’;

Criernoun

One who cries.

Cryernoun

The female of the hawk; a falcon-gentil.

Criernoun

An officer who proclaims the orders or directions of a court, or who gives public notice by loud proclamation, such as a town crier.

Cryernoun

archaic spelling of crier

Criernoun

One who cries; one who makes proclamation.

β€˜He openeth his mouth like a crier.’;

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Cryer

Cryer is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Ann Cryer JP (born 1939), British Labour Party politician, Member of Parliament for Keighley from 1997 to 2010 Barry Cryer OBE (born 1935), British writer and comedian Bob Cryer, known as Bob Cryer (1934–1994), politician in the United Kingdom David Cryer (born 1936), veteran American stage, television, and film actor and singer George E. Cryer (1875–1961), American lawyer and politician Gretchen Cryer (born 1935), American playwright, lyricist and actress John Cryer (born 1964), English Labour Party politician, Member of Parliament for Leyton and Wanstead since 2010 Jon Cryer (born 1965), American actor, screenwriter, and film producer Max Cryer MBE (fl.

Criernoun

a person who weeps

Criernoun

(formerly) an official who made public announcements

Criernoun

a peddler who shouts to advertises the goods he sells

Criernoun

an officer who makes public announcements in a court of justice.

Criernoun

short for town crier

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