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rynd

(raɪnd)
n
a crossbar piece forming part of the support structure of an upper millstone
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Rynd is retiring as President, Chief Executive Officer, and director of Tidewater.
Secretary/Treasurer Adam Rynd, owner, Coldwell Banker and Sage Vacation Rentals.
Platt's total compensation increased $279,681 from the year before, mostly due to bonuses and a separation payment.<br />In March, Tidewater appointed John Rynd as its new president and CEO.
Wikipedia tells us, "1844: Irish physician Francis Rynd invented the hollow needle and used it to make the first recorded subcutaneous injections, specifically a sedative to treat neuralgia.
The charges were later dropped by prosecutors.<br />"We're confident that now that the jury has spoken, the town is going to do the right thing and fix these practices," Zaslow said.<br />Kevin Karpinski and Mike Rynd of Karpinski, Colaresi & Karp P.A.
(NYSE: TDW), which owns and operates a fleet of Offshore Support Vessels for the petroleum industry, has named John T Rynd as its new president and chief executive officer and a member of the board of directors effective March 5, 2018.
Anyone who bought a copy could have it signed by Commodore Christopher Rynd, who is in charge of the magnificent Queen Victoria.
Turner Construction CEO Peter Davoren and National Building Museum President Chase Rynd were set to present the prize during the late-October CTBUH International Conference in New York City.
Meanwhile, Commodore of the Cunard fleet, Christopher Rynd, said: "It's been a privilege to bring the Cunard fleet together on the Mersey for the first time ever to mark Cunard's 175th anniversary year and our historic and ongoing partnership with Liverpool, our spiritual home.
Queen Victoria's Master, Commodore Christopher Rynd, and Cunard chairman David Dingle also cast wreaths.
Louise Rynd, general counsel, says the personnel committee has decided to keep the plans with separate vendors.