Ginnet

Gin´net


n.1.See Genet, a horse.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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An inspirational message can both redefine and reprioritize deeply cherished values (Hughes, Ginnet, & Curphy, 1999), or can begin to break down cherished values and consciously or unconsciously create an atmosphere of psychological, emotional, and professional disequilibria.
2004, Lyons & Ginnet 2001, Ayala & Quintero 2003, Fulbright & Ortega 2007, Hernandez 2008).
Glenavon had what appeared a justified shout for a penalty during the latter stages when Matthew Boyd appeared to have upended substitute, Stephen McGuinness, but well placed referee Ken Ginnet refused to entertain those claims.
Phoebe Smitizan-Katy Nguyen, NB, Ashley Helms-Madison Ginnet, SE, 6-2, 6-0.
They are now 18, 17 and 15 and their work is beautifully confident and mature" [SC 63]), as well as the notions of breeding and of stock ("[i]n this profession of intermarriages and inherited talent, it goes without saying that the Ginnet stock has handed on its particular gifts and virtues to many another British circus family" [EC 93]).