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Paine

Thomas. 1737--1809, American political pamphleteer, born in England. His works include the pamphlets Common Sense (1776) and Crisis (1776--83), supporting the American colonists' fight for independence; The Rights of Man (1791--92), a justification of the French Revolution; and The Age of Reason (1794--96), a defence of deism
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Paine & Partners' team includes 25 investment, operations and finance professionals focused on investing globally across the food and agribusiness value chain and throughout cycles.
Paine from 1951 has manufactured pressure and temperature sensors designed for long-term stability, accuracy and reliability in physically harsh environments.
Passenger air service at Paine Field will encourage economic development and give travelers here a more convenient and cheaper alternative to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and Bellingham International Airport, he said.
au reports that Paine has again come at the forefront of national selectors' minds following his inclusion against England for Australia A, and the wicketkeeper said that he still has some work to do with the bat by putting runs on the board and performing out in the middle.
About Paine Electronics: Paine Electronics is an employee-owned manufacturer of pressure transducers, transmitters and temperature products.
About Fox Paine Fox Paine, founded by Saul Fox in 1996, focuses on investing in so-called "Special Situations" where the firm believes that its unique, long-term, strategic approach may assist a company's efforts to significantly enhance enterprise value.
Also the Fairie Queene quote contains the word paine in it.
Within 10 minutes, Paine was confronted by a neighbour in his house after returning from the shop to be with his 77-year-old mother.
Though he hogged the limelight, Paine sportingly praised Sehwag's whirlwind knock.
Tom Paine would have won no popularity contests, either in his lifetime or today and every "bush tucker challenge" would undoubtedly have come his way.
Although Paine saw out the innings and batted in his now customary opening position, Australia skipper Ricky Ponting said after the match the injury was severe enough to see Paine sent back to Tasmania immediately.
Paine made his international debut against Scotland last week, scoring 29 not out in Australia's romp in Edinburgh.