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shiner

(shī′nĕr)
A slang term for a black eye, a dark or purplish hue to the skin seen just beneath the eyes. Black eyes may be seen in some people with nasal allergies or after facial injuries.
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The terms of the trust allowed Mr Shiner to remain living in the property, despite not owning it.
Shiners can be fished almost anywhere but some of the most productive spots are on the edge of deepwater where the vegetation ends.
Turnoy also had no good-faith basis for believing he had paid Shiner when he issued the Form 1099, the district court found, since Shiner could only either reject the check or compromise his legal position by accepting it.
Occurrence and abundance data were obtained for 22 streams and stream reaches within the reported range of Texas Shiner (Table 1).
But what leads to the acquisition of a shiner - that is, how it is got in the first place - can be hard to tell.
Channel Shiner is not mentioned by Smith (1979) and the similar Mimic Shiner is "not known from the Illinois River.
Different from most local bait shops, he even gets his shiners from Hog Island.
Individual Emerald Shiner were collected from coastal (including shoreline and tributary habitats) and open water habitats.
Now aged 57, Shiner has three children from his first marriage - two adult daughters who are joining him at the legal practice he founded in Birmingham, and a son at university - and an eight-year-old daughter and a five-yearold son from a second marriage.
We collected the shiner at a site with high banks that preclude inundation of the floodplain during typical flooding events.
The Topeka shiner, a minnow that grows to be no larger than three inches in length, was once abundant in many streams and rivers throughout the state.