- OliveRalph Iron, c1862–1920, English author and feminist.
- to produce a lustrous finish on (a fabric) by subjecting it to pressure exerted by rollers engraved with many fine lines.
Also schrei·ner [shrahy-ner] /ˈʃraɪ nər/; especially British, schrei·ner·ise.
Origin of schreinerize
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He added that he had extremely limited contact with Bauer, Schreiner, and his daughter.The Sperm Donor Trap: Should Your DNA Follow You for Life?
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On May 31st Mr. Schreiner gave notice of a vote of "no confidence."
And in this view both Mr. Schreiner and Mr. Herholdt concurred.
Tell me, Mr. Schreiner, are we really as bad as they make us out to be?The Iron Ration</p>
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Two of them were built on the Schreiner grounds at Lamington.The Scientific American Boy</p>
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The policy of Schreiner during the months preceding the war is obscure.A Handbook of the Boer War
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- Olive (Emilie Albertina). 1855–1920, South African novelist and feminist writer, whose works include the autobiographical The Story of an African Farm (1883) and Women and Labour (1911)
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