piner

piner

[′pīn·ər]
(meteorology)
In England, a rather strong breeze from the north or northeast.
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with complementary hot cocoa provided by My Chef and entertainment provided by Magic of Scott Piner.
One defendant, Sinai Tor, was allegedly a wedding singer and sang songs of blowing up and burning down mosques, while another defendant, Daniel Moshe Piner, wore a shirt bearing the message "there are no Arabs, there are no attacks" and held a banner bearing the colors of the Kach movement, considered illegal in Israel.
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Lissa Piner is a strong-willed redhead and a talented glassblower.
Both catchability and selectivity are typically estimated when a stock assessment model is fitted to data (Maunder and Piner, 2015), although, in some cases, the catchability coefficient is fixed a priori (Thompson (1,2,3)).
Piner are with the Southwest Fisheries Science Center, National Marine Fisheries Service, NOAA, 8901 La Jolla Shores Drive, La Jolla, CA 92037.
MJD expands with the additions of Tracy Piner (Director of Production), Nikki Stevens (Director of Web Technologies), Jen White (Sr.
Oxidative stress is defined as an imbalance between production of free radicals and reactive metabolites, and their elimination by protective mechanisms, referred to as antioxidants (El Golli- Bennour and Bacha, 2011; Piner and Aner, 2013).
Drawing largely on archival material, including letters from Harold Piner, J.
Casino gaming has been touted as a means of stimulating the tourism economy (Goodman, 1994; Piner & Paradis, 2004; Henderson, 2006).