Definition funny of Dreaper:

urbanA formless, dangerous, nigh undefeatable, red mass in the Digimon Tamers series. Starting out as a simple program, it has mutated and evolved into a insatiable red blob created for one purpose: destroy anything that has overstepped its natural boundary. And it pursues this goal with deadly efficiency whether the target is digital or living.

urbanDon't let the internet get to advanced...otherwise the D Reaper will kill it.


Books about Dreaper:

booksTom Dreaper & his horses by Bryony Fuller (1991)

booksThe Rushworth & Dreaper Collection of Antique Musical Instruments and Historical Manuscripts (1938)

booksRushworth and Dreaper's Catalogue of Violins, Violoncellos, Double Basses, Accessories, Fittings, Music by Rushworth & Dreaper (1910)

books**REPRINT** Dreaper, W. P. (William Porter), 1868-1938. Notes on chemical research; an account of certain conditions... by Dreaper. W. P. (William Porter). 1868-1938.***NOTE: THIS IS A PRINT ON DEMAND VERSION FROM THE ORIGINAL BOOK*** (2010)

books**REPRINT** Dreaper, William Porter, 1868- Notes on chemical research; an account of certain conditions which... by Dreaper. William Porter. 1868-***NOTE: THIS IS A PRINT ON DEMAND VERSION FROM THE ORIGINAL BOOK*** (2010)


Wiki information Dreaper:

Tom Dreaper
Man, Person

Thomas William Dreaper was a successful Irish steeplechase racehorse trainer. He is best known for being the trainer of Arkle and Flyingbolt. Tom was born into a farming family in Donaghmore near Ashbourne on the County Meath-County Dublin border,...

Rushworth and Dreaper
Business Operation, Employer, Organization

Rushworth and Dreaper was a firm of organ builders based in Liverpool, England Upon its bankruptcy, its archives were mostly destroyed, and the Victorian clock in the works tower was removed. The premises are now occupied by Henry Willis & Sons.