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biner

(ˈbiːnə)
n
(Mountaineering) climbing informal a karabiner
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Blatter's first wife Liliane Biner was from his alpine home town of Visp.
Blatter's first wife was Liliane Biner, from his home town of Visp in the Alps.
Fatmagul who the directors tried to portrait as a person, who was raped and has a very conscious mind to head to court, but at the same time what made Fatmagul an acceptable character in Turkey was the fact that she was portrayed as a young, innocent woman that basically showed no reason to be raped," said Ozlem Biner, a Turkish research associate in social anthropology at the University of Cambridge.
Lee Bateman, Curtis Biner and Ryan Edwards all returned five fish and Ed Jones kept four of the eight rainbows he landed.
Born in Santa Ana, CA, she was the daughter of the late Albert and May (Kryder) Biner.
The company's complete liquid bottling line includes an Accutek bottle sorter, Biner Ellison filling machine, a Kaps Plus capper, conveyers, heat tunnels, and Video Jet Ink coders.
Biner (2009) studies American Football and reports that stadium attendance is determined by home team's dominance, while TV ratings are determined mostly by close games with possibly strong teams playing each other.
Op grond hiervan argumenteer ek dat die twee kunstenaarsboeke onder bespreking op verrassende wyse met hierdie biner opgestelde genderkategoriee omgaan.
Nesluin also bought an apartment at 15 Central Park West from former Lehman Brothers managing director David Biner for $7.
Vatansever U, Duran R, Yolsal E, Aladag N, Oner N, Biner B ve ark.