Examples of blower in a Sentence
although he's not the first person to blow his own horn, he's about the most obnoxious blower I've ever met
Recent Examples of blower from the Web
Matt Smith also stars in the Mark Gordon feature that centers on British Intelligence whistle-blower Katharine Gun.
But Frank Serpico, the country's most famous police whistle-blower — portrayed by Al Pacino in the 1973 movie named for him — sees parallels between what happened to him decades ago and what happened to the Baltimore law enforcer last year.
Their current campaigns include fighting the evils of leaf blowers and punishing citizens who drive cars with modified exhaust systems.
The law of 2016 also explicitly reserves its protections for whistle-blowers working to expose law-breaking by officials, or campaigners for human rights.
Usually outspoken on social media, the whistle-blower has not commented on her possible entry into the political arena.
His resignation comes after a wave of allegations against Giske of inappropriate behavior toward women from mostly anonymous whistle blowers.
Some people speculated that Cunningham was a whistle-blower who had warned that the flu shot was responsible for this year's deadly season.
The group are said to have viewed the material together, and the whistle blower - who provided a statement back in 2011 to the NSPCC over the incident - was said to have been left 'amazed' that Gradi had been allowed to host the boys in that manner.
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First Known Use of blower
before 12th century
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Definition of blower for English Language Learners
: a device that blows air
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