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Synonyms for diner

Synonyms for diner

a person eating a meal (especially in a restaurant)

a passenger car where food is served in transit

a restaurant that resembles a dining car

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Susan Dinor, Chairman - Golden Mile 1 owners' association board and board member of Golden Mile 2 association.
Dinor devotes nearly half her day to managing Golden Mile 1 and 2.
They use an extremely robust proprietary Hyper New DINOR flash technology that is not affected by process variations.
Susan Dinor, Board Member, Owners' Association Board and Development Board for Golden Mile, said: "The two Golden Mile buildings [5 and 6] were completed in early 2010, but the developers are yet to give their aecompletion certificate'.
CONGAR, <<Escritura y tradicion en relacion con la revelacion y con la Iglesia de Dios>>, en La tradicion y las tradiciones, II, Dinor, San Sebastian 1964, 251-333.
Speaking to XPRESS, Susan Dinor, Board Member, Owners' Association Board and Development Board for Golden Mile, said multiple issues have resulted in non-payment of service fees in the buildings.
SEMMELROTH, La Iglesia como sacramento original (1953), Dinor, San Sebastian 2 1966, 54s.
The new M32R/ECU devices offer large DINOR flash memory capacity to increase productivity at the development of manufacturing stages, and to contribute to improved maintainability in the field.
Web-Feet Research has released the Non-Volatile Memory Technologies Roadmap study that forecasts the design and manufacturing economics for mature and advanced non-volatile memory technologies: Flash (NOR 1b/cell, NOR 2b/cell, NOR 4b/cell, DINOR, ACT, NAND 1b/cell, NAND 2b/cell, AND 1b/cell, AND 2b/cell, AG-AND); trapped charge (MirrorBit, NROM); advanced technologies (FRAM 2T2C, FRAM 1T1C, FRAM 1T, MRAM, OUM, PFRAM, Nanocrystal).
The next-generation DINOR flash memory used in the device makes firmware development flexible because the flash memory can be reprogrammed in the field.
Mitsubishi and the Mitsubishi logo are registered trademarks, and DINOR is a trademark of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation in the USA, Japan and other countries.
DINOR (divided bit-line NOR) is the Mitsubishi-patented flash architecture used in its extensive flash memory product line.
The M16C/62 Flash combines 256 Kbytes of DINOR Flash and 20 Kbytes of RAM.
They have decided to join their efforts and resources to develop a new generation of Flash memory products, starting with multi-level 64Mbit, which will include the advantages of both DINOR and NOR architectures as well as associated advanced processes from 0.