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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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Proving again that you can't pass the crown without upsetting the kingdom's foot soldiers, Joe Roth's January departure as chairman of Walt Disney Studios has again caused stirrings in the Mouse House: Buena Vista Motion Picture co-president Todd Garner is gone.
According to court documents, Garner told Gonzales that he was "tired and angry, hated work, and had had suicidal thoughts.
Garner and Affleck remain amicable after their split.
Garner tried to dodge questions about motherhood when she emceed a charity brunch for the I Have a Dream Foundation at the House of Blues last Sunday.
He noted that another police officer and a campus security guard told investigators they believed Garner was wielding a weapon.
Registered investment advisers Mary Ann Greenwood, Elaine Longer and Rebecca Garner operate within a mile of each other.
More advanced missions, which would require larger sails with lower densities, might be ready for launch between 2005 and 2010, Garner says.
Garner serves as Chairman and CEO of Verus and Chairman of Cadence.
Jennifer Garner stepped out on a rainy day to run an errand.
Starring: Jennifer Garner, Kirsten Prout, Terence Stamp, Goran Visnjic, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Will Yun Lee.
COOS BAY - Investigators described a "troubled" young man in Steven Lile Garner, frustrated with his family's unwillingness to accept his lifestyle and contemplating suicide.