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Garner

Erroll. 1921--77, US jazz pianist and composer

garner

[′gär·nər]
(agriculture)
A building or section of a building in which grain is stored.
A bin for weighing grain.

granary

A storehouse for grain, usually after it has been threshed, or for the storage of corn after it has been husked.
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Garner, a 43-year-old father of six, was accused of illegally selling cigarettes on a sidewalk when Pantaleo put him in the chokehold from behind and brought him to the ground with the help of other officers.
EASY S -Y GOING Garner in the 70s, when he was at the peak of his fame
When the hogs had piglets, Terry Garner typically sold them to local 4-H kids, his brother said.
1 for Garner now is moving along the integration of Western Bridge, members as well as services, into Catalyst, which won that right from the NCUA in December.
Garner admitted six charges of fraud and was sentenced to nine months in jail suspended for a year.
He said Garner would have used some of the heroin himself but accepted that he would also have supplied some of the drugs to friends.
Garner, who was jailed for two-anda-half years, is already serving a three-and-a-half-year sentence for stealing pounds 300,000 from the pensioner between 2004 and 2007.
Simply put, the court rejected the contention that the Garners were required to file an independent action.
Matthew McConaughey and Jennifer Garner star in "Ghosts of Girlfriends Past.
Garner, 27, of Mimosa Road, Wavertree, admitted possessing the drugs with intent to supply.
Garner said she would be with GAM through April 27 and has accepted a position as a fixed-income adviser with Decatur, Ill.
Garner worked hard to make sure that others would not have their civil liberties violated just because of who they choose to love behind closed doors.