dynner

dynner

(data, jargon)
/din'r/ 32 bits, by analogy with byte. Usage: rare and extremely silly.

See also playte, tayste, crumb.
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As the scholarship of Tony Michels, Daniel Soyer, Annie Polland and Glenn Dynner would subsequently reveal, future scholars would amplify these conclusions.
The Shared World of the 'Religious' and the 'Secular' among Eastern European Jewish Immigrants to America," American Jewish History 93:4 (December 2007): 375-407; Glenn Dynner, Men of Silk: The Hasidic Conquest of Polish Jewish Society (New York: Oxford University Press, 2006).
Jews were entrusted with operating the kingdom's taverns, says Glenn Dynner, a professor of Jewish Studies at Sarah Lawrence College and author of Yankel's Tavern: Jews, Liquor, and life in the Kingdom of Poland.
As a grain-free spirit, slivovitz was--and continues to be--saleable during Passover, when Jewish vendors slopped selling their wheat - and rye-based alcohols, "it was a great drink to make over Passover to keep your tavern running," says Dynner.
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and soe they depted aboute 3 of the clocke after dynner and by viii of the Clocke had dispatched their buisines verie sufficientlie and well the Lorde be praised for it; for the guide broughte them to a house wher the Traitours weare makinge merrie rostenge of Beefe and had two good Fieres in the hall and but two escaped sore wounded, the reste had their hire and now I have sped vnto you with a horses loade of heades; wch I knowe wilbe better welcome vnto you than all the Cowes in the Breny.
Sian Phillips performs Ewyllys i'r Meibion by Dafydd Rowlands and Cerys Matthews sings a rendition of Mi Glywaf Dynner Lais by John Roberts.
Dynner has served as Chief Legal Officer since 1996.
We are pleased to announce new leadership of Eaton Vance's legal and compliance group to replace Alan Dynner, who is retiring after eleven years of distinguished service," said Thomas E.
Yankel's Tavern: Jews, Liquor, and Life in the Kingdom of Poland (Oxford University Press, 2014) by Glenn Dynner is the ' ''INI detailed stud) of the Jewish liquor mule in the kingdom of Poland, his deeply informed liy Dynners examination of 18th and 19th century primary documentation, jwmailarh from YIYO's Jiyahu Guttmacher eollcxtion.
Glenn Dynner, Men of Silk: The Hasidic Conquest of Polish Jewish Society (New York, 2006), chapter 4; Shaul Stampfer, "Heder Study, Knowledge of Torah, and the Maintenance of Social Stratification in Traditional East European Jewish Society," Studies in Jewish Education 3 (1988) 271-289.
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