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stoner

[′stō·nər]
(food engineering)
A machine that removes stones and other undesirable material from coffee beans and other crops before the crops are processed further.
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"Our lives are pretty parallel," says Stoner, who grew up 150 miles east of Aurora in conservative Goshen, Indiana, and was active in Republican Party groups until college.
Bergelt, a 2007 graduate of the University of South Carolina's Darla Moore School of Business, is the founder of HospitalityX, a holding company that took over the Stoner's Pizza Joint brand in January 2018.
"We have long admired the company and brand that Sarah has built," said co-founder Matt Stoner Fehsenfeld.
Stoner, of Oklahoma City, has been in private practice since 2006, focusing on matters including corporate, entertainment, and criminal law.
06 ( ANI ): Oscar-winning actor Casey Affleck is all set to star in Joe Wright's adaptation of 'Stoner'.
They wrapped production on the film in 2010, but if this new video Stoner uploaded to her YouTube on Tuesday is any indication, then the two have stayed very close.
The first interviews with both Kalashnikov and Stoner took place in Star Tannery, Virginia, May 15 through May 20, 1990.
Daily Press reported that Stoner earned most of his money "from two shopping centers he owned in Spring Valley Lake, one of which sold for $3.3 million." Stoner told Daily Press that his four children are successful and that he has provided financial assistance to two generations of grandchildren, and so he feels it is time to reach out to others in need.
Stoner, 30, rejoins Ducati after a five-year spell with Honda, with whom he won the 2011 world championship, four years after his first.
Stoner is happy to share what inspired him and his son, Jason, to write the book: medical students.
Clayton Stoner, 30, posed with the severed head of much-loved Cheeky after the animal was shot.
College police officer Timothy Stoner had contended he was discriminated against because of his military service, which include deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan.