harpin

harpin

(ˈhɑːpɪn)
n
(Biochemistry) biochem a type of protein produced by pathogens in plants that triggers a plant's defence system
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Despite selling five per cent of his stake in the company in 2010, reaping a reported PS66 million, Richard Harpin is still a significant shareholder.
ON July 6, 1940, a month after the end of Operation Dynamo, which saw troops of the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) evacuated from Dunkirk, a letter dropped through the letterbox of the Harpin family in Birkby.
Administration Building, 60 Harpin Street, Bellingham, MAThis project has a "prevailing wage" requirement.
The team was: Alistair Alexander (from Cardiff, now based in Brighton), Simon Richards (from Dinas Powys, now based in London), Tim Hartland (Penarth Windsor TC), Steve Richards (Bridgend) and captain Mike Harpin (of Cowbridge TC and Ogmore by Sea).
TYCOON Richard Harpin, who made PS66 million from selling a stake in HomeServe, has apologised after the Walsall firm was fined PS30.
The fourth-seeded Aztecs (7-5) looked well on their way to a Super Bowl appearance after a dominating first half by senior running back Paul Harpin.
Homeserve chief executive Richard Harpin gave the Conservatives PS50,000 last month, latest records reveal.
NORTH WALES ALLIANCE: Rhos-on-Sea pro Lee Harpin won the individual prize and the Pro-Am in the final North Wales Professional Alliance meeting of the spring season at Pennant Park.
Under the agreement the two firms will evaluate PHC's Harpin commercially as a foliar spray in combination with Arysta LifeScience products.
The issue made boss Richard Harpin worse for theua suspend sales calls while 500 staff are retrained.
Chief executive Richard Harpin said: "We have commenced a programme to retrain staff.
UK home insurance group HomeServe (LON:HSV) said on Wednesday that its chief executive, Richard Harpin, has reduced his voting rights in the company to 11.