crowner

crowner

(ˈkraʊnə)
n
(Marketing) a promotional label consisting of a shaped printed piece of card or paper attached to a product on display
References in classic literature ?
An' Seth Bede's been to me this morning to say he wished me to tell Your Reverence as his brother Adam begged of you particular t' allow his father's grave to be dug by the White Thorn, because his mother's set her heart on it, on account of a dream as she had; an' they'd ha' come theirselves to ask you, but they've so much to see after with the crowner, an' that; an' their mother's took on so, an' wants 'em to make sure o' the spot for fear somebody else should take it.
Overall ambiance was so colourful that it appeared as a flower store; it quite clearly echoed: decoratif, decoratif and decoratif The gallery offered an interesting and, at first thought, not quite fitting combination of artists: an established painter Sarah Crowner, known for her sewn geometric abstractions and Milena Muzquiz, an emerging artist with a background in ceramics whose work I have not seen before.
New prints by Sarah Crowner, David Rathman, and Aaron Sangler Works in progress by Julie Buffalohead, Jim Hodges (co-puolication with Walker Art Center), and Mungo Thomson Additional work by Carlos Amorales, Carter, Willie Cole, Santiago Cucullu, Mary Esch, Rob Fischer, Adam Helms, Joel Janowitz, Cameron Martin, Clarence Morgan, Lisa Nankivil, Todd Norsten, Chloe Piene, Jessica Rankin, David Rathman, and Carolyn Swiszcz
Crowner was a 45-year farm broadcasting veteran, owning and operating the Farm Service Radio Network.
Then the Crowner sits to Hint, but not to mention crimes, And publishes an open verdict Whispered about this "Peter Grimes"
The murder, shockingly, occurred on priory grounds, and was a newcomer disliked in Tyndal - but intent on protecting their own, the villages point to a trio of Jewish refugees as the perps, and riots and threats mount as Prioress Eleanor and local Crowner Ralf work to thwart public error and uncover the real source of the killing.
For the continental background see the Introduction to David Crowner and Gerald Christianson, The Spirituality of the German Awakening, in "Classics of Western Spirituality" (New York: Paulist Press, 2003).
Come-from-behind wins at the Kentucky Derby and last weekend's Preakness Stakes have sparked talk that he's the first possible Triple Crowner since Affirmed in 1978.
In Budapest Maverick Hostel & Ensuites was once crowner winner of the Best staff Award in the HostelBookers Awards for Excellence.
Effects of fire on wildlife often have been measured in terms of overall composition of species or population-level changes, such as abundance or reproduction (Krefting and Ahlgren, 1974; Crowner and Barrett, 1979; Braithwaite, 1987; Simons, 1991; Francisco et al.
Since then he has written numerous novels, including the Crowner John series.