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Noun1.crinion - point where the hairline meets the midpoint of the foreheadcrinion - point where the hairline meets the midpoint of the forehead
brow, forehead - the part of the face above the eyes
point - the precise location of something; a spatially limited location; "she walked to a point where she could survey the whole street"
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The defendant had a "blazing row" with his former partner earlier in the evening over Facebook comments about the role played by him in the care of their two children, revealed Mr Charles Crinion, prosecuting.
He wagered more cash in a fruitless attempt to recover the lost money before taking the tags off electrical equipment and selling it himself in a last ditch attempt to get out of debt, explained Mr Charles Crinion, prosecuting.
DMG events portfolio director Tony Crinion added:"The interior design and fit-out industries in the region are set to experience a positive wave of demand, and our intelligence partner Ventures Onsite predicts the UAE and the KSA will be the highest spenders in these markets in the Middle East.
Charles Crinion, defending, said: "He was at a low point in his life.
Prosecutor Charles Crinion had told the jury: "This case concerns three Coventry University students, intelligent young men who have willingly got themselves involved in serious criminality, the importing and selling of prohibited firearms.
Dr Sophie Crinion, originally from Canada, husband Edwin and boys Felix, aged five, Theo, three and Rowan, 10 months, all from Dublin, were heading to London for a long weekend.
The 28th edition of the event was inaugurated by Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, Chairman of Dubai Airports, Chairman and Chief Executive of Emirates Airline and Group in the presence of Index portfolio director Tony Crinion and dmg events President Matt Denton.
[29.] Mechelli A, Crinion JT, Noppeney U, O'doherty J, Ashburner J, Franckowiak RS et al.
Crinion, "The latest on functional imaging studies of aphasic stroke," Current Opinion in Neurology, vol.
John Crinion (20) also called officers "Scottish b***" during the ruckus which took place on Lamberton Avenue, Stirling, on September 22.
Kyle Crinion handed over the Barclays bank card to pay for DVDs at the Co-op in Marsh.
The English Court of Appeal considered this issue in Crinion v IG Markets Ltd, [2013] EWCA Civ 587, [2013] All ER (D) 272 (May).