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Pir·ie

(pir'ē),
George A., Scottish radiologist, 1864-1929. See: Pirie bone.
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The court heard Finlayson was a member of a Baptist Church in Fife where his one-time friend Pirie was a deacon.
The Company also operates its Saks Department Store Group (SDSG) with 243 department stores under the names of Parisian, Proffitt's, McRae's, Younkers, Herberger's, Carson Pirie Scott, Bergner's, and Boston Store.
The State Government has worked closely with Nyrstar to reach this agreement to secure the long-term future of Port Pirie, as well as the jobs of more than 2500 people who rely on it for their livelihoods.
Pirie and his co-accused Steve McGurk, 29, both of Dundee, have been banned for life from Tannadice.
Executive Vice President - Marketing, 414-347-5340, both of Carson Pirie Scott & Co.
These funds assisted in the construction of a reverse osmosis plant at the Nyrstar smelter, the installation of more than five kilometres of pipe network from the plant throughout Port Pirie, and upgrades to the existing irrigation networks in a number of parks and ovals.
The Criminal Injuries Compensation Board then turned the 48-year-old away - until Pirie took up the case on a "no win, no fee" basis.
Now mum-of-two Pirie, 26, formerly of Saughs Gate, Royston, Glasgow, faces a possible jail sentence after admitting the fraud.
Luckenbill rose to the position of senior vice president of visual merchandising, store planning, construction and facilities management for the firm, which was renamed Carson Pirie Scott & Co.
But planning problems meant the building project fell through and, it is claimed, Pirie pocketed the cash for his own use.
The Apache Mall location will be renovated and opened as a Carson Pirie Scott store in fall 2002.
Saks Incorporated will remain headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama and will consist of the Company's Proffitt's, McRae's, Younkers, Parisian, Herberger's, Carson Pirie Scott, Bergner's, and Boston Store traditional department store operations.