Homer


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Homer

A volunteer or employee of a non-profit organization who works primarily from home. The term is primarily used in the context of small Christian churches or ministries. See also: Telecommuting.
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With all of these functions, HOMER truly is the only personal assistant you will ever need.
Bart comes into the scene and teaches Homer how to download movies online from Bootleg Bay.
He dallied with the Flaming Homer and occasionally tries something new, but always returns to Duff.
In order to focus on this resurgence of Homeric interest in popular culture, College Literature several years ago invited a number of scholars to contribute articles for possible inclusion in a special issue on "Reading Homer in the 21st Century" (34.
If you were simply to go by the trailers and the early, unfinished snippets of footage screened at Comic-Con last summer, you'd guess that the movie leans heavily on Homer gags.
In Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he grew up, Homer was exposed to art and encouraged to draw at an early age.
Furthermore, the book only offers one small yet fascinating sample of Sponde's Latin translation of Homer that accompanies the Greek text.
Homer dislikes the pressure of his role and wants to get out and see the world.
And then I found Homer again, etched there with the others in the polished black marble.
In allowing him to express such emotions, the role of Homer had a therapeutic value for Russell at a crucial stage of his emergence as a man desiring a normalized existence.
Pretty soon, you run out of ammunition, such as Tracy's observation that Beltre is only two homers away from matching the single-season Dodgers record held by Shawn Green.
Berry & Homer has been a provider of visual communications solutions to fortune 500 companies nationwide since its inception in 1898, servicing the tradeshow, commercial signage, pharmaceutical, financial and corporate communications markets.