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n.1.A servant; a farm laborer; a peasant; a hind.
Bailiff, herd, nor other hine.
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STEVE HINE targets the Blue Square UK Open this weekend insisting he feels more pressure when he plays with his mates at the local.
Lewis Hines talent seems obvious today, yet its cultivation is due in large part to the people he met throughout his life and career, foremost at the Ethical Culture School (ECS; known today as the prestigious Ethical Culture Fieldston School).
Mr Mullin told how at the time of the offence the Hines and their baby had moved into the couple's home.