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Shine

(shīn),
John, 20th-century Australian molecular biologist. See: Shine-Dalgarno sequence.
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Travis Hansen, owner of the Shine Location in West Houston explained that he was not surprised a bit to find out Chris and Lee were on their way down.
While the family is trying to deal with the Shine situation, Jamal is still trying to figure out how he can overcome his post-traumatic stress disorder.
Shine has never been profiled by a major magazine, and there are few public photographs of him besides his official head shot.
Erika Kessel, director at Shine, added : "It s incredible what Xero has achieved in the southern hemisphere, and we are looking forward to further strengthening its position in the UK market.
School of Engineering Charles Baskott The SHINE Award for the School of Engineering
For those of us who have a great respect (and collection) of boots, boot worship can be a type of foreplay or after play of a sexual shine.
Despite the overall de-growth of the Indian auto sector over the past year, Honda managed to grow sales of its CB Shine and in the process increased its market share.
If we can stay in the game and just match Mayo for the first 40 minutes, we'll definitely be there," said Shine.
During his tenure, Shine led many hallmark initiatives at the system, including six presidential searches and the Transformation in Medical Education program, which is designed to shorten the time it takes students to obtain a medical degree.
Since its inception in 1989, Citre Shine has enhanced the market with its Nature's Pure Radiance.
The mural was completed through a partnership with Shine family members, the Department of Conservation and Recreation, and Millbury Savings Bank.
Perth, Australia, Nov 4, 2011 - (ABN Newswire) - Peel Mining Limited (ASX:PEX) is pleased to announce that it has been awarded EP 53088 and EP 53111 covering the Rise and Shine gold project.