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Guider

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Guider A guide; a director.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n guider One who guides; a guide or director.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Guider one who guides, a director
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Etymology

Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
O. Fr. guider; prob. from a Teut. root, as in A.S. witan, to know, wís, wise, Ger. weisen, to show, conn. with wit, wise.

Usage

In literature:

Il offrit cet asile, et des le lendemain Tous deux, pour l'y guider, nous etions en chemin.
"The Paris Sketch Book of Mr. M. A. Titmarsh" by William Makepeace Thackeray
That God is the guider of this office.
"The Divine Right of Church Government" by Sundry Ministers Of Christ Within The City Of London
His chuckko was kashno, an' the crafnies 'pre lester chuckko were o' sonnakai, and his graias solivaris an' guiders were sar ruppeny.
"The English Gipsies and Their Language" by Charles G. Leland
The boys had iron hoops and an iron guider, and they made a musical jingle as they went along.
"A Little Girl in Old New York" by Amanda Millie Douglas
Both official manuals for Guiders.
"Scouting For Girls, Official Handbook of the Girl Scouts" by Girl Scouts
A kisse is the first Tutor and instinct, The guider to the Paphian shrine and bowers.
"Seven Minor Epics of the English Renaissance (1596-1624)" by Dunstan Gale
He was the politician of the concern, the handshaker, the guider of its policy.
"The "Genius"" by Theodore Dreiser
Be guider and ready counselor, but don't try to be rival.
"Rosemary and Rue" by Amber
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In poetry:

'Hear me, guider of my fathers,
Lo! a humble heart is mine;
By thy mercy I beseech thee
Grant thy servant but a sign!'
"A Parable" by James Russell Lowell
But I—I wander from my theme—
I turn again, O, friend to thee;
The guider of my early dream,
Whose hand was first held out to me.
"To My Friend" by Alexander Anderson

In news:

From left, back, are Larry Renfro, Don Parton, Jim Wells, Bruce Sipe, Dan Webb, Carl Guider and Bob Sowders.
Pastor Charlene Pierce Guider made good on the promise last weekend, delivering her sermon from the roof of Trinity United Methodist Church in New Bern.
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In science:

All the QSOs with far-IR excesses (LI R/LBBB ) as great as the least far-IR active ULIG (3C 273; LI R/LBBB =0.46) were selected. A campaign of high resolution observations at B, I, H, and K’ using a fast tip/tilt guider on the UH 2.2m telescope was carried out on 17 out of the complete sample of 18 ob jects.
Imaging of a Complete Sample of IR-Excess PG QSOs
Core components a and b can be seen more clearly in the inset to Fig. 2. (B) Image obtained with the CFHT SIS fast guider through a ∼ 30 ˚A interference filter centered on the [O II] λ3727 line (from RS97).
The Aligned z ~ 1 Radio Galaxy 3C 280
Using a 128 × 128 IR camera as an off-the-slit guider, we obtained H-band images at each slit position as a check of the exact coordinates of our apertures.
Near-Infrared Spectroscopy of Photodissociation Regions: The Orion Bar and Orion S
In Fig. 1 we show an image through the TV-guider shortly after the LGS-supported AO observations of UGC 1347 were made.
Near-infrared adaptive optics observations of galaxy clusters: Abell 262 at z=0.0157, J1836.3CR at z=0.414, and PKS 0743-006 at z=0.994
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