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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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The Raft of Odysseus; The Ethnographic Imagination of Homers Odyssey.
Cook set a school record at the University of Southern Mississippi with 45 career homers before being drafted by the JetHawks' parent club, the Arizona Diamondbacks, in the fifth round of the 2003 draft.
339 (96 for 383) with 17 homers among his 36 extra-base hits in his first year of pro ball at short-season Yakima (Wash.
Among his clutch hits was a walk-off, two-run homer June 5 in a 12-11 victory over Inland Empire that helped propel the JetHawks to the first-half title.
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.
302 average, 21 homers, 84 RBI), infielder Dan Uggla (.
The All-Star right-hander surrendered a pair of two-run homers to Colorado's Jay Payton but Ron Coomer and Adrian Beltre answered with homers of their own as the Dodgers beat the Rockies 6-4 Friday in front of 39,092 at Dodger Stadium.
Quentin, who was second in the league with 12 homers going into Sunday, homered for the second time in three games.
Martin holds the single-season mark with 13 homers in 1999.
Woods gave up six runs and six hits in two innings, including two homers to Mench and one to Blalock.
Dodgers first baseman hits three homers in victory over Twins to give him a half dozen in 12 at-bats.
Chris Carter hit his seventh homer of the season in the second inning, Jeff Cook hit his career-high fourth homer leading off the sixth, and Edgar Varela's two-run homer in the seventh - his first - made it 4-0.