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Noun1.Gynne - English comedienne and mistress of Charles II (1650-1687)Gynne - English comedienne and mistress of Charles II (1650-1687)
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The five-story, 12,000-square-foot home, once owned by Alice Gynne Vanderbilt, last traded for $11 million in 2001, when the Barnetts bought it and hired interior designer Peter Marino for a multi-million dollar renovation project.
As news is increasingly consumed from a number of different devices, the ability for a journalist to 'click to connect' with an organisation or for a customer to instantly connect to make a purchase, has become ever more important," said Nick Gynne, PR Newswire's UK & India Sales Director.
So, after stealing a car from outside a pub in Preston, habitual criminals Gynne Owen Evans, 24, and his accomplice Peter Allen - three years his junior - drove through the night to the town of Seaton in Cumbria and the home of 53-year-old laundry van driver and bachelor John West.
Hereford's winning haul comprised tries by Knight and Gynne - the latter seconds from the final whistle - plus a conversion and two penalties from Powell.
It proved too much of a handicap and after Heard and his partner, Jon Gynne had fallen four down after eight against Rolfe Furmston and George Payne, Devon conceded the match.