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hain

(heɪn)
vb (tr)
to save, leave off, or forbear
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But the latest medical bulletin from Australia casts major doubts on whether Haines will be fit for the start of the Premier League season in March, especially as initial estimates were that he could ruled out for at least three or four months.
Haines, a 44-year-old mother of two, had just a fortnight to adjust to her new life in Bulgaria.
Haines II has joined the company as senior VP of Corporate Development.
In a see-saw battle Kent-based Haines held the lead on seven occasions and was two up at lunch with a four-under round to Fleetwood's three-under.
With director Joseph Strick, Haines co-wrote the screenplay for the 1967 film "Ulysses," based on the novel by James Joyce, for which he was nominated for an Academy Award.
Until Matthew Haines commissioned Russell Beebe to carve this alder tree that stood in the way of a new building, the Rogue Valley had no official memorial to the Native Peoples who have lived here for thousands of years.
But Haines absorbed more than just the power of a well-told narrative from her family of storytellers.
Andy Haines joined Tare & Lyle in 1979, and as an area manager for United Molasses looked after a number of trading and operational interests in the Middle East, Eastern, Southern and West Africa, and in Brazil.
Like much of the work Haines and Hinterding have made together since 1999 (they also work individually), Purple Rain asserts the presence of a ubiquitous but invisible parallel landscape consisting of electromagnetic vibrations and signals, some man-made and some natural.
King Edward II: His Life, His Reign, and Its Aftermath, 1284-1330, by Roy Martin Haines.
According to filmmaker Richard Haines, the motion picture industry has gone through a radical transformation--and deformation over the last third of the twentieth century.