pinnet

pinnet

(ˈpɪnɪt)
n
1. archaic poetic a pinnacle
2. archaic Scot a small flag or streamer
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GLASSBLOWER Paul Le Pinnet has spoken of his pride after being awarded an MBE in The Queen's Birthday Honours.
Mr Le Pinnet, who was notified by the Cabinet Office in April, sas id he had to keep the news secret from friends and family until the announcement was made on, June 11 when the Honours List was published in the London Gazette.
Mr Le Pinnet, who lives in Warrington, celebrated with a family meal and added: "It is an immense honour and is in recognition of my services to scientific glassblowing.
John Lewis managing director of SOG Group, said: "I and the entire team at SOG are absolutely delighted for Paul Le Pinnet.
No one knows this better than Paul Le Pinnet, an awardwinning glass-blower who moulds molten glass into intricate shapes for scientists.
From left, Paul Le Pinnet, Dr Peter Cook and Euro MP Sajjad Karim at The Heath in Runcorn
En el caso del viejo continente se estima que entre un 20 y un 30% de los cazadores viajan, al menos esporadicamente, al extranjero para cazar (Hofer 2002, Pinnet 1995).
PINNET JEAN MICHEL (1995) The hunter in Europe, 12 pags.
Second spot went to Pinnet Builders while Carl Barry Construction were third and Travis Perkins fourth among the 24 teams taking part in the competition.
Edling, dwelling at Woodhall in the parishe of Pinnet in Middlesex, a myle beyond Harrow on the Hill, going to his maysters Barne, standing at the Townes ende, accompanied with a great mastive dogge, suddenly espied a hare start before him.