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vint

(vɪnt)
vb (tr)
(Commerce) obsolete to sell (wine)
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Peter Vint was a popular, well-loved family man - but he was privately struggling with his mental health
Vint's team-mates presented him with a signed United shirt and Dmani Mellor, Mason Greenwood, Ethan Galbraith and Teden Mengi are among those who have wished him the best on social media.
The DCC1100 is Phidgets Inc.'s newest device: A brushless DC motor controller that connects to their ubiquitous VINT Hub.
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.
D John Vint: Harriet Martineau and Industrial Strife: from Theory into Fiction into Melodrama
But computer hardware and software quickly become obsolete, warns Vint Cerf, a Google vice president, and many items could be lost before their value is even recognized.
Janet McCabe's The West Wing and Sherryl Vint's The Wire are additions to 'TV Milestones', described by Wayne State University Press on their website as 'a distinct series of monographs written in a critical but accessible and lively manner'.
Most people place the origin of the modern literary genre, science fiction, during the 1920s and with Hugo Gernsback's new magazines Amazing Stories and Science Wonder Stories, says Vint, but others trace it back to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (1818), Gulliver's Travels (1726), or even Thomas More's Utopia (1516), though only in the first does science play a role.
Washington, July 25 ( ANI ): In a video recently posted by Google, a Vint Cerf cartoon explains the Internet address system and some hassles it faces.
The guys' last names were Binnie, Murray, Reeves, Mulholland, Beaton, Bell, O'Hare, Gordon, Vint, Rankin, McDowall, Thomson, McDonald, Soutar, Eastup, Currie, Nicol, Tait, Rochford and Fulton.
Synopsis: Vint Cerf, co-creator of the Internet, tells how employees can work together more productively when technology allows them to do their jobs from almost anywhere.