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Pinel

 [pe-nel´]
Philippe (1745–1826). French physician and philosopher who worked with the mentally ill; he is credited with the development of the foundations of occupational therapy.
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Pi·nel

(pi-nel'),
Philippe, French psychiatrist, 1745-1826. See: Pinel system.
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Barry Pinel established Phoenix Plant Services with his son David to work with companies throughout the area who need their machinery maintaining.
Assunta Pinel and Catherine Howard will teach deprived children near Umtata, on the Eastern Cape of South Africa, where they will live with local families for five weeks.
GOING NATIONWIDE: Birtley Town Under-11s, pictured (above) with team manager Graham Cockburn (far left) and assistant manager Darren Neil, receive new strips from Nicola Dempster of sponsors Nationwide; HEALTHY HART: New Hartley Juniors (above) have reached another Northumberland Junior Cup final; ALL POINTS SOUTH: South Northumberland Schools' under-12 squad (above) show off their new strips provided by Philip Pinel of sponsors SESS (Storage Equipment Safety Service)
Syreena Pinel, better known as a long-jumper, triple-jump specialist Debbie Rowe and international sprinter Zoe Wilson starred in both relay quartets.
In addition, Syreena Pinel was second in the long jump with 6.11m, 29cm behind the winner, Chioma Ajumwa, of Shaftsbury Barnett.
Birchfield's Syreta Pinel won the long jump with 5.73m and Stoke's Emma Ward looked impressive as she won the 1500m.
Areas in Cordonnier Close, Pinel Close, Machin Drive, Geveze Way and Netherfield Close, that were designated as public open space, were sold at auction by the estate's developer, Jelson, last year.
Alexandre Dumais, psychiatrist at the Institut Philippe Pinel and Dr.