Shinner


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Shinner

(ˈʃɪnə)
(in Ireland) n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) informal a supporter or member of Sinn Féin
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Constance Markievicz became the first woman to be elected an MP in 1918, but because she was a Shinner she wouldn't enter Parliament - so the honour of being the first woman MP in the House went to Tory Nancy Astor a year later.
I bashed my ribs, thigh, hand, ass and the weirdest one--I don't even know what happened, but suddenly I ended up lying underneath the rail and got a shinner from the bottom bar.
According to Shinner, "Art is not only a cluster of concepts and organisations, at the same time that is something that people believe, a source of peace, a love object.
Richard Shinner who previously headed up the JLT Towers Re Spain operation will be relocating to London to be part of the Marine and Energy Wholesale practice which will put JLT Re in an ideal position to better exploit cross-border opportunities.
The company was established in 1996 by Gary Shinner and Jill Portman.
Greenwich Free School was set up by Jonathan Simons - Head of Education at Gove's former thinktank Policy Exchange - and Tom Shinner, Gove's PS105,000 a year "Strategy Director".
But Alasdair Shinner, station manager of Ascent Flight Training, said the new plane's resemblance to the old aircraft is the only similarity.
The results, captured by photographer Josh Shinner who often works for Vogue, launch the More Tomorrows campaign in aid of the new PS28.
NatWest relationship manager Annette Shinner added: "Mark and Clive have taken a bold step in getting into a totally new sector but they have solid business experience and will I'm sure help to take this business to the next level.
Among this issue's nonfiction, we present Barrett Hathcock's "Goodbye, Arkansas," a reflective piece on the pleasures and perils of meditative driving; Barrington Smith--Seetachitt's "Luck, Statistics, Magic," an examination of how to interpret and cope with the language, logic, and math of illness; and Peggy Shinner's "Leopold and Shinner," an essay that traces the origins of a letter to Shinner's mother from one of the most infamous criminals of the twentieth century, raising compelling questions about crime, celebrity, rehabilitation, sexuality, and family.
After meetings with the Ford Foundation in 2006, Shinner and her colleagues decided to seek ways of developing and producing fresh work by younger, ethnically diverse playwrights.
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