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vint

(vɪnt)
vb (tr)
(Commerce) obsolete to sell (wine)
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Vint, who does not have a football background as either a player or coach, has been head-hunted to help take the Blues renowned academy progress from one of the most highly-regarded in the English game to the best in Europe.
Martinez believes Vint's appointment is "pioneering" due to the American's lack of a football background as either a player or coach, but hailed his glowing reputation in sports performance analysis Vint is believed to have been a key figure in helping the USA to their 64-medal haul in the 2012 London Olympics.
Here too Vint discusses gender and the representation of women as a primary component troubling 'the tension between entertaining drama and social realism' (p.
Vint Cerf is an American Internet pioneer known as the father of Internet.
The event will begin with a school debate where Dr Vint Cerf will meet with 250 high school pupils from across Scotland to debate the future of the internet.
Session 4: Religion, Ethics, Virtue and Economics--Session Chair: John Vint
Un convoi de detresse, embarquant ces quelque quatre vint dix millions d'ames vers une destination inconnue.
Permanent resident Gary Lee Vint, 39, was found on Akamantos Avenue in Peyia at around 9.
In the League Challenge Shield, Alnwick Town beat Cramlington Town Blues 6-1 - Harvey Colledge, Craig Vint, Reece Hogg, Tom Robinson and Billy Tolan-Brown (2) their marksmen.
In "Joanna Russ's The Two of Them in an Age of Third-wave Feminism," Sherryl Vint reads Russ's novel as a potential guide toward forging solidarity against patriarchy between second-wave and third-wave feminists.
WH Smith CEO Vint Rathbone will join the new owner as a consultant to the management team to ensure a smooth transition.