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baker

noun as in person who cooks baked goods

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Gratitude turned into an obligation to “repay the good that had come to me,” Baker says.

“We need to be prepared for offseason outbreaks and potentially large outbreaks,” Baker says.

We should also be grateful for the bakers and cooks, whose risk of death rose more than 50 percent.

Baker has been critical of the city’s decision not to let members of the public speak or be heard during City Council meetings – not just about this topic but during the entire pandemic.

“It seems like as it’s gotten colder and wetter, you’re seeing structures getting more elaborate,” Baker says.

The one we use was by a chappie called Theodore Baker, 1894.

He becomes especially earnest when the conversation turns to his role as The Baker in Into the Woods.

It appeared that Baker would again have to face Clark in the forthcoming run-off.

Both state and federal law required that the disputed ballots be counted, which gave the victory to Wilson Baker.

Charlie Baker in Massachusetts and Charles Rauner in Illinois scored upset gubernatorial wins with pro-minimum messages.

That Hicks—the damned —— —— —— he come t' Baker's as they hooked up t' leave the Spring.

Toward eight o'clock a pretty, capable-looking girl of twelve came out of the house and bought a loaf of bread at the baker's.

On the night when the children had crept so quietly away from the baker's wife, Jess had forgotten to take Benny's bear.

But I felt no anxiety: I knew the "silent baker" would prove deaf and dumb.

Going ten paces up the street he saw the baker's shop where he supplied himself.

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On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to baker, such as: chef, cook, dough puncher, and pastry maker.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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