[rey-mer; German rœ-muh r]
- a German wineglass having a body with a globular top and a cylindrical bottom often decorated with prunts, supported by a conical foot.
Origin of roemer
1895–1900; < German, originally a glass for toasting; cognate with Dutch roemer; akin to German rühmen to praise
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If Roemer gets only half of that, he could have a real impact in the distribution of delegates.Louisiana GOP Primary Is Mitt Romney’s Last Chance to Win in Deep South
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And perhaps most damning, Roemer asks the key question: “Who wants a follower as their president?”Obama’s Super PAC Hypocrisy: Giving Blessing to Priorities USA Action
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In the meantime Roemer will continue to tweet answers to debate questions before the candidates onstage respond.
Roemer says he released his flat-tax proposal three months ago.
“New Hampshire has the ability to do the unconventional,” Roemer said.
When Roemer observed in spring it was less, and in autumn it was more than usual.
Roemer's explanation of the anomaly was not accepted by astronomers.
The velocity of light was first measured by Roemer, in 1676.Heroes of Science: Physicists
Tesselschade was the daughter of the poet and rhetorician Roemer Visscher.A Wanderer in Holland
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The velocity of light, as determined by Roemer, is 192,500 miles in a second.Six Lectures on Light