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winkler

(ˈwɪŋklə)
n
1. (Fishing) a person who gathers periwinkles
2. (Fishing) a boat used in gathering periwinkles
3. slang someone who forces a person or thing out, esp a person who evicts tenants from a home
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M2 PRESSWIRE-September 5, 2019-: SEC Names Monique Winkler as Associate Regional Director in San Francisco Office
Winkler began working at the SEC’s Division of Enforcement as a staff attorney in the San Francisco office in 2008 and joined the division’s Public Finance Abuse Unit in 2010.0x20 She was promoted to Assistant Regional Director in 2015.0x20 In her new role, Ms.
Nanaimo, Canada, August 15, 2019 --(PR.com)-- Bellatrix, today released its first medical mystery novel, by acclaimed writer Lawrence Winkler. Set in a fictional coastal community on Vancouver Island, "The Casebook of Doctor Sababa" is the story of the Sage of the Salish Sea, an internal medicine consultant at Harbour City Regional Hospital, his ability to sleuth out difficult diagnoses, and his struggle with difficult diagnoses, caught between the suits and the snowflakes.
Fairmont The Palm has appointed Kai Winkler as its general manager.
Winkler joined Town in January, following the appointment of Siewert as head coach in the wake of the shock departure of David Wagner.
No matter how busy you are, Jennifer Winkler says she can help you take care of your skin.
Mount Pleasant-based fundraising firm the Winkler Group has promoted its COO to president as the company's founder and CEO prepares to take a sabbatical in 2020.
It was listed and sold by Brad Wilson of Winkler Real Estate.
We the Corporations: How American Businesses Won their Civil Rights, by Adam Winkler. Liveright, 496 pages, $28.95
Winkler. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 2017.
Case & Sons American Heroes Series, draws on Bologna's 20 years of field experience and Winkler's decades as a custom knifemaker.
The Winkler Index or Winkler Scale is a standard for describing regional climates for viticulture in the United States.