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skinker

(ˈskɪŋkə)
n
archaic a person who serves or pours liquor
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She wanted to become a great writer, but studied biology in college because of her inspirational teacher, Mary Scott Skinker.
Chemotherapeutic agents may pose a danger to both patients and staff members because these agents are toxic compounds that can be carcinogenic, mutagenic, and teratogenic (Mellinger, Skinker, Sears, Gardner, & Shult, 2010).
Notes: Pre-bid meeting and walk-through of the site on May 26, 2016 8:30 AM Meet at the main, west entrance lobby at 276 N Skinker.
Kevin Skinker also found the back of the net in stoppage time as part of Voltes' six-goal barrage in the last 10 minutes of the first half.
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Caught in a crawl of traffic on Skinker Avenue, Sheila eyed the other motorists who looked to be dressed for the symphony, or the theatre, men in suits and ties, ladies in evening gowns with pearls and diamonds sparkling on slender necks.
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Many volunteers, fiercely waving orange flags, directed traffic around the huge area, which was 80-90 percent full when we parked close to Skinker boulevard and walked to Brookings Hall.
With: Portia Johnson, Terry Layman, Jennifer Piech, Sherry Skinker.
The facility occupies four huge galleries adjacent to Forest Park, which is just off the Skinker Boulevard exit of U.
Most particularly, she encountered the next key influence in her life, her extraordinary biology professor, Mary Scott Skinker, whose classes were avoided by many because they were so demanding.
Vice president Rick Skinker oversees sales, marketing, operations and administration.