n.1.See Puncheon.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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They've had men out punchin' holes all over the hills for a week, an' that Jap chemist settin' up nights analyzin' the rubbish they've brought in.
Searches the appropriate checking attendance project, the foundation attendance record, according to the condition of punchin time setting cardholder.
They will be followed by opened at Abubaker Rawat's Toys 4 All and Trudy Collins' women's clothing business Punchin Trudy from December 8.
Danny Miller of Orangevale, California has an ingenious weight for mat work on the gnarly Cal Delta, called the Miller Punchin Weight.
Tuesday: Sidney Bailey's No Good Punchin Clowns (Peter Kavanagh's, Egerton Street, Liverpool 8) Tuesdays, 9.30pm.
That's a problem that hurts Donkey Punchin the end.
When Sylvia offers constructions like "Flyboy checking out what everybody brought for lunch," "Junebug punchin on Q.T.'s arm," and "Miss Moore asking us do we know what money is," vivid images of the characters engaged in lived action, experiencing and interacting with the world, arise in the mind of the reader (Bambara 88).
Yet rather than being treated as a reasonable defence of the integrity of journalism and the Times (which was still reeling from Jayson Blair's claims he had made up quotes and even entire stories), Dowd's criticism was turned into a catfight by the New York media: "PUNCHIN JUDY: A CATFIGHT BREAKS OUT AT PAPER OF WRECKAGE" screamed the New York Post.
User session management Enhanced product search Punchout and Punchin capability User administration and workflow Requisition management Product and catalog management Purchase order management Shipping and product delivery management
Punchin full Punchinello also called PulcinellaHook-nosed, humpbacked character, the most popular of marionettes and glove puppets and the chief figure in the Punch-and-Judy puppet show.