Payne


Also found in: Wikipedia.

Payne

(pān),
J. Howard, 20th-century U.S. surgeon. See: Payne operation.
References in classic literature ?
Straight from here I hike to Payne an' bind the bargain --an option, you know, while title's searchin' an' I 'm raisin' money.
Payne was a staid English maid and personal attendant upon Mrs.
It has been more than a year since Cameron Payne joined the Bulls in a trade from Oklahoma City, but after a few bumps and a long layoff after foot surgery, he's finally showing some of the skills that made him a first-round pick.
Liam Payne and Prince Harry made headlines on Monday after the latter was seen raising his eyebrows during the former's performance.
Payne and his co-conspirators wore disguises and used a hoax bomb to rob the bank.
Andrew had earlier clung on to his Volkswagen Polo as Payne took it from outside his home in Paisley.
United Capital Financial Advisers announced the asset acquisition of Payne Wealth Partners, an Evansville, Indiana-based firm with about $530 million in assets under management and 13 employees.
ONE of the men accused of the murder of Nicola Payne was "trying it on with her" in a pub a couple of months before she disappeared, a court heard.
Payne succeeds Karen Smith, who retired last year after more than 35 years with the company.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 27, 2015-Rite Aid elects Ray Payne as group VP of real estate
TRIBUTES have been paid to the father of murdered schoolgirl Sarah Payne after he was found dead at his home.
Dave Payne recently launched full-service PR agency Payne Public Relations Inc.