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Pinero

Sir Arthur Wing. 1855--1934, English dramatist. His works include the farce Dandy Dick (1887) and the problem play The Second Mrs Tanqueray (1893)
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Eugenio Pinero, The Town of San Felipe and Colonial Cacao Economies (Philadelphia, 1994), pp.
Playing the controversial Puerto Rican poet/playwright Miguel Pinero, Bratt is mean, unattractive and tortured, anything but glamorous.
The Movimiento Pinero says the cost of processing 12 cans of pineapple in Mexico is about 180 to 200 pesos (US$19.
Frequency and location of predation by cats on cattle was determined from 10 years of ranch records that reported causes of livestock mortality (Table 3; Hato Pinero, unpublished data).
For many readers, Shaw's prose has done for Pinero and Sardou what Arnold's has done for Roebuck and Adderley: Turned them into signs of what is wrong with the times.
When the light aircraft landed an hour later on a neatly tended strip, we had arrived at what is surely one of the few spots where livestock, nature conservancy and biotourism are harmoniously joined - a feat due to the energy of one man, Antonio Julio Branger, owner and visionary of Hato Pinero.
Alejandro Pinero says there are many other exciting new features such as online networking tools and networking sessions, “but perhaps most importantly we are very excited to move forward with the industry and welcome small cells as the new focus for the conference programme.
The project is part of Spain's Pinero Group's expansion strategy.
The project is part of the Pinero Group's expansion strategy within the real estate sector, based on the potential for development of tourist residential complexes.
Galloway, formerly of Pinero Grove, Hartlepool, was accused of abusing two girls under the age of 16 between 1996 and 2004.
The outsider Pinero ensured an end-to-end gallop, and Pocket Power was always perfectly placed, striking the front 150 metres from the finish.
It left him a massive 14 shots adrift of pacesetters Mark Roe and Robert Karlsson with only two players in the 120-strong field below him - fellow Spaniards Juan Carlos Pinero and Juan Vizcaya, neither of whom holds a tour card.