posnet

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posnet

(ˈpɒsnɪt)
n
archaic a small pot with a handle and three feet
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EVO Payments announced a strategic relationship between eService an EVO subsidiary, and POSNET, a POS solutions provider in the Polish market, to offer a POS solution to businesses in Poland.
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.
It will present the advantages and disadvantages of using some ERP-s (MicroRestaurant, Alfa Software) and software progammes (POSnet, Soft OK, BITS2OFF, PYn, DeverFood, Rikeeper, WizRetail, CostGuard, Sedona).
6 George Bernard Shaw, Preface, Blanco Posnet (London: Max Reinhardt, 1973), 374-75.
According to Judge Posnet, "[t]he office of the ...
Take, for instance, the scene in which Blanco interrogates Feemy, a witness in Blanco's trial, in The Shewing-Up of Blanco Posnet:
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.
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.
(14) Bernard Shaw, The Doctor's Dilemma, Getting Married, and The Shewing-Up of Blanco Posnet (1911; repr.