larney

larney

(ˈlɑːnɪ)
n
1. (Peoples) a white person
2. a rich person
adj
(of clothes) smart
[C20: probably from an Indian language]
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Jacobs SA, de Beer H and M Larney Adult consumers' understanding and use of information on food labels: a study among consumers living in the Potchefstroom and Klerksdorp regions, South Africa.
Bender GN, Maglinte DD, Mc Larney JH, Rex D, Kelvin FM.
Stewart acknowledges, "My heartfelt thanks to Beulah Larney of Oklahoma City for her assistance and to her mother Anna Hawk, of Hammon, Oklahoma, who has been doing beadwork for over 60 years.
Matthiessen MK, Larney FJ, Selinger LB, Olson AF (2005) Influence of loss-on-ignition temperature and heating time on ash content of compost and manure.
ON the day the damning news came that the stricken steel plant at Redcar was to be mothballed, pensioner Brian Larney summed up in one word its importance to Teesside - lifeblood.
Iohom G, Abdalla H, O'Brien J, Szarvas S, Larney V, Buckley E, et al.
Larney S, Kopinski H, Beckwith CG, Zaller ND, Jarlais DD, Hagan H, et al.
Johnson, 2001; Kinlock, Gordon, Schwartz, Fitzgerald, & O'Grady, 2009; Kreek & Borg, 2010; Larney, 2010; Schwartz et al.
equity," Morningstar senior markets analyst Alina Larney explained in the latest report, released Friday.
And Larney (Hohaia) has got lots of experience and naturally just assumes extra responsibilty.
Having spent a month with his relatives in New Jersey, Cushing left for Los Angeles with a short letter of introduction from Larney Goodkind of Columbia Pictures, whom he had met briefly in New York (Miller 1995: 20).