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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 centerpiece of the SSA is a resiliency model that ranks Topeka shiner populations in HUC10 watersheds based on consistency of presence, habitat availability/complexity, habitat condition/quality, and habitat connectivity.
The company added Shiner holds a BA from Wheaton College as well as an MBA from Azusa Pacific University.
Shiner joins Rockwell Medical from Otsuka Pharmaceuticals Ltd.
However, in the six months leading up to his petition, Mr Shiner made a series of transactions to rid himself of his assets by gifting them to family members and to Public Interest Lawyers Limited
Shiners can be fished almost anywhere but some of the most productive spots are on the edge of deepwater where the vegetation ends.
Shiner then sued Turnoy in Illinois state court for breach of contract and in federal district court, claiming that Turnoy had committed tax fraud under Sec.
Back in 2013, under the Armory's old management, Shiner worked on the decidedly more predictable, artist-nationality-oriented Focus section.
However, this article isn't about the shoe shiners of yore but rather the word 'shiner' itself.
The Channel Shiner is a small-bodied minnow with large eyes, a broad, rounded snout, and a small oblique mouth lacking barbels.
Public Interest Lawyers, led by Mr Shiner, was slammed by the Government last year after a five-year PS31million inquiry rejected claims British troops tortured Iraqi detainees.
According to Shiner, most people will live at least 30 years in retirement.