pirnie

pirnie

(ˈpɜːnɪ)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) dialect Scot a stripy woollen nightcap
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10) Deployment Process Modernization Office, TRADOC, Fort Eustis, Virginia, e-mail message to author, February 27, 2013; and in Alan Vick, David Orletsky, Bruce Pirnie, and Seth Jones, The Stryker Brigade Combat Team: Rethinking Strategic Responsiveness and Assessing Deployment Options (Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, 2002), 15-17.
The outlook on all banks we rate in the country turned negative at the end of 2015, reflecting the negative outlook on the sovereign, the prospect of slower economic growth, rising interest rates and inflationary pressures on the banking system's asset quality," said S&P Credit Analyst Matthew Pirnie.
Following its Q4 2014 acquisition, Hyder Consulting joined Arcadis' portfolio of landmark brands, which includes EC Harris, RTKL, Callison and Malcom Pirnie.
Prior to entering the legal profession, Polevoy worked as an environmental engineer for Malcolm Pirnie, Inc.
Standard & Poor's (S&P) credit analyst Matthew Pirnie said: "At the moment they are on a stable outlook and we've got no plans in the immediate future to change the ratings on institutions outside an economic shock or an industry wide shock".
Alexander Pirnie, president of the New York Board, points out that many new personnel in the insurance industry are unfamiliar with the services of the board.
Entrepreneur Gemma Pirnie set up Your New Crew last year to help new residents feel at home by getting them away from their computers to enjoy the buzz of the city with likeminded people.
The 2012 winners are: Malcom Pirnie, The Water Division of ARCADIS; Pavarini MeGovern; H3 Hardy Collaboration Architecture; Grimshaw Architects and; Dominick R.
And PC Marc Pirnie, who was on patrol in the area, was directed to the address.
Lead sponsors include AECOM, Pirnie ARCADIS, Veolia, CH2M Hill and Brown and Caldwell.
Malcolm Pirnie, the water division of Arcadis, has been selected to support Veolia Water, assisting Oman's Public Authority for Electricity and Water (PAEW) is designing and implementing technologies, procedures and asset management systems in a bid to professionalise the country's water utility management.
Dziedzic, Adam Grissom, Bruce Pirnie, Nora Bensahel, and Istar Guven, Aid During Conflict Interaction Between Military and Civilian Assistance Providers in Afghanistan, September 2001-June 2002, RAND Corporation, 2004, p.