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pern

(pɜːn)
n
(Animals) a buzzard, Pernis apivorus. Also called: honey buzzard
vb (intr)
poetic to spin; to move with a spiralling motion
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ALL ABOARD: The Ecoventures team, Sarah Pern and Robyn Haugh, take to the high seas; ALL AT SEA: Robyn loves being out in the boat
It is pertinent to mention here that HEC, under its infrastructural reforms, established PERN, a high-speed data communication network connecting higher education institutes of Pakistan and international NRENs as well.
Sergeant Andy Cross said: "Pern has been a fantastic police horse and there are certainly going to be a lot of sad people at the Mounted Section when he leaves.
"The thatched-roofed pub dates back to the 14th century and, under the helm of phenomenally-talented chef and owner Andrew Pern, its constantly changing menu is a love letter to the county's produce.
Pern had been used in policing football matches, daily patrols and public order duties He was also on duty at a number of high-profile state occasions, including the Queen's 80th birthday celebrations and innumerable Remembrance Day events during his years of service.
Quiz of the Day ANSWERS: 1 Benito Mussolini; 2 1993; 3 Lord of the Flies; 4 The Cullinan diamond; 5 Trees; 6 Tristan da Cunha; 7 Ernest Hemingway; 8 Emmerdale; 9 New York Yankees; 10 Isabel Pern.
The Pakistan Education and Research Network (PERN) providing high-speed 10 GB connectivity among universities will be stopped.
Twins Samantha and Lucy Pern simply won't be outdone by one another.
Andrew Pern, owner of the Star Inn at Harome, near Helmsley, has been given the go-ahead for his establishment to work with Middlesbrough College, which was developing a centre of vocational excellence for catering and hospitality.
The workshop was broadcast live from the hospital to different Pakistan Education and Research Network (PERN) 2 connected medical institutes and universities.
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