Toyer

Author: Gardner McKay
Publisher: Samuel French, Inc.
ISBN: 9780573692970
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This psychological thriller is a favorite in acting workshops. It is a mind game play. Toyer is someone who toys; he is a mass paralyzer who toys with his victims. He does not murder or rape, he seduces then immobilizes.

Confessions Of A Gambler

Author: Rayda Jacobs
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Toyer was with him, and told me the story. Ganief played five thousand rand on a
machine. The machine swallowed the whole five thousand without giving him
anything. Ganief was convinced it was going to pay. It had taken his money, it
had to give something back. That was his reasoning. Anyway, he sent Toyer to
the hotel room for another five thousand. Toyer brought him the money and
Ganief played on. The machine took that money also. Ganief sent Toyer back to
the hotel room.

National Consumer Protection Hearings November 1968

Author: United States. Federal Trade Commission
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Chairman Dixon: Dr. Toyer, in our study on installment credit here and on hard
kinds of goods, we found what you described, but we found, too, that the
merchant about whom you are talking did not make excessive profits. In other
words, we did not find that his profits were out of line with those that did offer
reasonable credit and reasonable prices. Dr. Toyer: But the point is,
Commissioner, if he has to charge a higher price to make that normal profit, then
he is inefficient, and in a ...

Main Roads

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Mr. Alfred Edward Toyer, Commissioner for Main Roads, New South Wales, died
suddenly on the afternoon of Tuesday, l8th August. 1953, bringing to a close a
life spent in service to his country both as a soldier and a civilian. Never sparing
himself in his devotion to his duties, Mr. Toyer collapsed while carrying out an
inspection of bridgeworks at Hlandford, near Murrurundi on the New England
Highway. It was Mr. Toyer's onerous responsibility to direct the activities of the
Department ...

Free African Americans Of North Carolina And Virginia

Author: Paul Heinegg
Publisher: Genealogical Publishing Company
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He registered as a "free Negro" in Northumberland County on 30 July 1814:
black man, about age, 5 feet , Bom of free parents in North1 County [Register no.
71]. TOYER FAMILY 1. Ann Toyer, born say 1700, was living in Northampton
County, Virginia, in 1734 when her "Negro" children were bound apprentices.
She was the mother of i. Solomon, born about 1720, 13 year old "son of Ann
Toyer" bound apprentice on 22 January 1733/4 [Orders 1732-42, 71]. 2 ii. Jane,
born about 1722.

Trial And Eros

Author: S. Q. Toyer
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781508662174
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What could a beautiful, inexperienced, twenty-one-year-old woman do while she awaits the man of her dreams? The answer is - plenty. And so, the education of Sue Toyer begins. Are you ready for it?

Jewish Language Review

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As the tradition has it, the family supposedly went from the Iberian Peninsula to
the Netherlands, thence to Galicia (in Eastern Europe) . I would like to know the
origin of this family name and of my married name, Golbois , which is Ashkenazic
as far as we know. Q2808. In January I987 we recorded an item of uncertain
authenticity. Eastern Yiddish yefas-toyer is glossed in the HEYYED as 'beauty,
beautiful woman'. The word 'beauty' here is to be taken in the sense of 'beautiful
woman' ...

Tarnished Men

Author: Hagler
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1477153993
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People on the 'Flats believed that a swear word rendered in the Capetonian was
the only to curse. Of course Paddy had not completed the expletive, but he effect
was the same just as the implication of the three words would not be lost on any
non white in Cape Town. There were good natured guffaws all around and that is
when the banter began in earnest. I withdrew, heading to my car, and heard
Toyer call to me and turned to wait for him. In the darkness and the rain he was a
mere ...