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n.1.(Naut.) See Pirry.
1.(Bot.) A pear tree.
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Finlayson told the High Court in Edinburgh that he handed over an inheritance to Pirie, his solicitor.
Bluestone, former Chairman and CEO of Carson Pirie Scott; Ronald de Waal, Chairman of We International, B.
Manufacturing, Innovation and Trade Minister, Tom Kenyon is calling on the Opposition Leader to unconditionally declare his support for the $350 million Nyrstar redevelopment at Port Pirie.
Earlier, the trial heard how Pirie - a senior member of his church - had arranged a loan for his parents George, 75, and Jean, 68.
First offender Pirie, 21, escaped with a pounds 350 fine, when he admitted assaulting Robert Douglas at the end of the United v.
Bluestone, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Carson Pirie Scott, commented, "We are continuing our stock buyback program, begun in 1994, with increased authority from our Board of Directors.
Saks Incorporated currently operates Saks Department Store Group (SDSG) with 41 Parisian specialty department stores and 203 traditional department stores under the names of Proffitt's, McRae's, Younkers, Herberger's, Carson Pirie Scott, Bergner's, and Boston Store.
4 million project will initially produce 350 million litres of recycled water per year that will be used by industry and council to improve amenity and reduce dust in Port Pirie.
But Donald Pirie claimed the fee was fair and described the case - in which he won thousands in compensation for his client - as "a triumph".
YOUNG mother Lorraine Pirie swindled the post office where she worked out of pounds 120,000 during a wild spending spree.
where he was also responsible for the look and design of that company's two subsidiaries, Carson Pirie Scott and the Boston Stores.
It is alleged Donald Pirie arranged a building society loan for pounds 39,480 on his parents' behalf so they could build a new home near his own.