Definitions

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  • proper noun An English surname common throughout the Midlands.

Etymologies

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Derived from "butcher", of Norman influence. The name first entered English history by reference in the Domesday Book of 1086.

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Examples

  • There is an interesting essay in this book by Warren Boutcher that explains just why Montaigne was (and is) so amazing.

    Montaigne’s Legacy « So Many Books

  • There is an interesting essay in this book by Warren Boutcher that explains just why Montaigne was (and is) so amazing.

    January « 2006 « So Many Books

  • Priscilla Boutcher said the upcoming council has to be team-oriented and able to work with other governments to get the job done.

    The Western Star: Regional/Provincial

  • Heading into the next four years, Boutcher said a positive economic climate has to be established that will enable this city to address the many issues it faces.

    The Western Star: Regional/Provincial

  • "These are hormones that tell the fat cells to release their fat," Boutcher explains.

    NPR Topics: News

  • "In the 20-minute bout," Boutcher says, the actual hard exercise totaled just 8 minutes,

    NPR Topics: News

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