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viner

(ˈvaɪnə)
n
a vinedresser
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Dr Viner did say snow would return occasionally due to extremes in weather, and to quote in full, "Snowfalls are now just a thing of the past.
Louise Viner died in hospital shortly after a fire at her house in Sydnall Road in Longford, Coventry, on March 24.
In this book, authors Hope Viner Samborn and Andrea B.
In one recent example, the CBC reported on the case of Kathleen Viner (Richard Woodbury, CBC News, "Zellers human rights allegation resolved 4 years after complainant dies" online: http://www.
Essentially, we have placed a trusted and insured dog walker in your pocket, and for the first time your dog has its own app on your phone," said Josh Viner, co-founder of Wag
Nick Viner was the pick of H&T's bowling with 3 for 45.
Happiness in the Homeland and There we were and here we Go were created by Roger Coward and four other artists - Gavin Brown, Roland Lewis, Evadne Stevens and Frances Viner - who worked together as part of an Artists' Placement Group project in Small Heath.
Following a weekend away with his daughter Clare (Katherine Rose Morley), park owner Jim Viner (Wayne Foskett) suspects the deceased is his sister, Deena.
Summer of Ghosts by PD Viner In our series aimed at shining the spotlight on emerging authors, PD Viner takes us under the cover of his latest crimefest, Summer of Ghosts.
the late Viner (1892-1970) is considered a key figure in the early Chicago School of Economics and mentor to such more famous figures as Milton Friedman.
MD Peter Viner, who has been with the company since 1993, speaks with passion about the past, present and future of the brand, while hinting that big things are just around the corner.