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pinner

pinnacle, 2: St. Mary’s, Oxford
In masonry construction, a small stone which supports a larger one.
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Former Worcestershire player Pinner plundered 132 with the bat and found plenty of support from skipper Matt Pardoe, the former Pears opener adding 62 as Kidderminster compiled a formidable 322 for eight despite the efforts of Brinder Phaura who bagged figures of five for 43.
There are several brands of micro pinners ranging in cost from $120 to $330.
Only opening bat Will Baker made any major impression with 53, while Pinner then plundered 64 in reply.
The Sri Lankan offs pinner had two highly successful spells as Lancashire's overseas player.
FORMER Tamworth Borough mayor and longserving councillor Gerry Pinner has died.
Paul Pinner had worked for the small family firm which ran the garage for eight years and was a well-regarded member of staff.
An early strike from Danni Saulter gave Sky Blues the boost they were after while Jade Formaston, Katy Moran and Kelly Pinner were all denied by keeper Natalie Hall before the Baggies levelled against the run of play - Robyn James toe-poking home despite the efforts of Kelly Pinner and Adele Rogers to block.
Mr Kember, of Pinner, West London, was seized nearly two weeks ago.