piner

piner

[′pīn·ər]
(meteorology)
In England, a rather strong breeze from the north or northeast.
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Direct inquiries to the COUNCIL s Project Manager, Ryan Piner, 651-602-4514,
Casino gaming has been touted as a means of stimulating the tourism economy (Goodman, 1994; Piner & Paradis, 2004; Henderson, 2006).
Chabot is survived by his three daughters, Joyce Ashe and her husband Terrance of Homosassa, FL, Wendy Piner and her husband Thomas of Hamden, CT and Donna Starvaski and her husband Michael of Worcester; a brother, Robert Chabot of Leesburg, FL; a sister, Rita Edwards of Ware, MA; 8 grandchildren; 13 great grandchildren and many nephews and nieces.
Matt Piner, research director at retail experts Conlumino, said: "Although the snow will have proved disruptive, the wider problem was that it gave already cautious consumers another excuse not to spend.
Matt Piner of retail consultancy Conlumino said the figures showed the popularity of "click & collect" shopping.
Early Exploration (Piner's Point): Charles Wilkes tells of leading an expedition in 1841 to survey Puget Sound and naming this area after Thomas Piner, a member of his expedition.
2004); and 2) Pacific halibut (Hippoglossus stenolepis; Piner and Wischniowski 2004).
nline Matt Piner, of retail analysts Conlumino, said performance was "disastrous".
She attended Piner High School and graduated from Santa Rosa Junior College in California in 1982.
Online grocery is very brand-driven and Waitrose, as the more established name and with a large network of stores, is more widely recognised than Ocado," said senior retail analyst Matt Piner.
Matt Piner, senior analyst at Verdict Research, said Morrisons was right to take its time with its online and convenience store offerings.