posnet

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posnet

(ˈpɒsnɪt)
n
archaic a small pot with a handle and three feet
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After several works by prominent playwrights were refused licences, such as Waste (1906) by Harley Granville Barker and The Shewing-up of Blanco Posnet (1909) by George Bernard Shaw, critics began calling for major reform.
Among the software programmes used in the restaurants from Bucharest, I identified: SEDONA (developed after 2010, applications on Android and IOS), Wiz Retail Front-Office Restaurant, MENU (the waiter has a tablet with the updated application and menu), Pyn, DeverFood, Rikeeper, BITS2OFF, Soft OK, Freya Restaurant, POSnet, APPY, etc.
dust bins near posnet bhavan in 79-sultan bazaar under division viii, ghmc.
En algunas investigaciones recientes realizadas en esta area, entre ellas los estudios de Venegas y Amaya [13], Jun y Jacobson [14], Brenner y Zeng [6], Zeng y Xiaoji [15], y Bagust y Posnet [16], se plantean las siguientes dos alternativas para mejorar el flujo de pacientes: a) el incremento de recursos asistenciales (medicos, enfermeras, equipos y camas), b) el enrutamiento de pacientes como estrategias para disminuir los tiempos de espera y el tiempo total de permanencia de los mismos en el servicio.
6 George Bernard Shaw, Preface, Blanco Posnet (London: Max Reinhardt, 1973), 374-75.
On the Rocks, Overruled, Passion, Poison and Petrifaction, The Philanderer, Press Cuttings, Pygmalion, Saint Joan, Shakes Versus Shav, The Shewing-up of Blanco Posnet, The Simpleton of the Unexpected Isles, The Six of Calais, Too True to Be Good, A Village Wooing, Why She Would Not, Widowers' Houses, and You Never Can Tell.
14) Bernard Shaw, The Doctor's Dilemma, Getting Married, and The Shewing-Up of Blanco Posnet (1911; repr.
For instance, in the diary entry from Sunday, 7 August 1921, Waugh, after attending a production of The Dark Lady of the Sonnets and The Shewing-up of Blanco Posnet wrote a short critique of the performance.
In his preface to The Skewing-Up of Blanco Posnet, which is about the institutionalized censorship in the early twentieth-century United Kingdom, George Bernard Shaw wrote, "It is no more possible for me to do my work honestly as a playwright without giving pain than it is for a dentist.
Later that same year the society put on a play called The Shewing-up of Blanco Posnet which had been banned by the censor.
For over four decades, Richard Posnet has made major contributions to the case for limited government, particularly in the regulatory realm.
After recording how toward the end of Shaw's life the popularity of his plays and the more restrained tone of his pronouncements on religion might create an image of "Shaw reconciled to the British public as the British public is certainly largely reconciled to Shaw" (84), Chesterton calls attention to the fact that Shaw's play The Showing Up of Blanco Posnet had been banned, for no reason Chesterton could think of other than that "one of the characters professes a belief in God, and states his conviction that God has got him" (85).