Mr. heister, one of the same kind, from 1,400 inhabitants of Berks County.
I believe there is no disposition in any party to re-elect heister.
The description quoted already from heister will help to make clear the description of the manipulation.
Then he tuk me to a heister, and landed us next to the roof.
A word must be said of the later writers such as Par (1509-90), Scultetus , and heister .
The instrument was not found in Dionis , but it did appear in heister and in Garengeot .
heister, for instance, shows as a lithotomy knife a large knife, like a phlebotome in shape.
He made a bow, and would have passed, when heister stopped him to ask after his grandmother's health.
Mr. heister wanted to know, whether the price of coal had not been already doubled within these few years.
1927 (in heister "shoplifter, thief"), American English slang, probably a dialectal alteration of hoist "lift," in sense of "shoplift," also in older British slang "to lift another on one's shoulders to help him break in." As a noun, from 1936.
A shoplifter or robber (1927+)
A robbery or holdup: Led Zeppelin was the victim of the heist (1930+ Underworld)
[fr an early and dialectal pronunciation of hoist; in an 1883 source hoist is defined as ''to rob houses by climbing in a window,'' because one thief climbs or hoists himself up over another]