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assume a prim appearance

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contract one's lips

affectedly dainty or refined

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Old photographs will be displayed by Primmer and Milt Stark, and antique cars will be brought by Carl Bergman.
Photo: Walt and Mickey Primmer are devoted to recording the area's past.
The Wolverhampton office of accountants Haines Watts advised on the tax issues Mr Primmer said: 'Keys of Steel is a wonderful example of a successfully run independent family company which retains the traditional skills of the key and locksmith to manufacture a wide range of keyblanks, cut keys, mortice and specialist locks.
The university's director of communications Sue Primmer said that the centre is already home to an extensive programme of bespoke media training and is opening its doors to a wide range of external clients.
It has no surrender charges and has the potential for high cash surrender values starting in the first year" said Bob Primmer, senior vice president of Life Distribution and Sales for Phoenix.
Jonathan Ross, a shareholder at Primmer Piper Eggleston & Cramer in Manchester, was recently honored by the American Bar Association with its Grassroots Advocacy Awards for his work on making the legal system more accessible to low-income people.
This is an income management strategy that provides for a client's long-term goals," said Bob Primmer, senior vice president, life distribution, The Phoenix Companies, Inc.
Jonathan Ross, shareholder at Primmer Piper Eggleston & Cramer PC and former longtime partner in the Wiggin & Nourie law firm, is being honored by the American Bar Association's Grassroots Advocacy Award for his work on making the legal system more accessible to low-income people.
Primmer Piper Eggleston & Cramer PC, which is headquartered in Burlington, Vt.
MangoSoft products are a perfect match for a small-to-medium size business Internet access device like WebRamp," said Bob Primmer, vice president of marketing at MangoSoft.
Steve Cassidy (British Airways), Bob Warman, Sue Primmer (University of Birmingham), Mark Doleman, Richard Blackwell and Dominic Christie-Brown (all Deloitte
Driving Public Sector Diversity: Glenn Primmer, Head of Strategic Change & Workplace Culture, Create NSW.
Describing Saltburn as "Redcar's primmer little sister", the article calls the town "posh Yorkshire seaside at its best, a living museum of the golden 19th century era when it was founded by Henry Pease.
Advising Citi on this transaction was its Institutional Clients Group, while its legal advisors were Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP, Primmer Piper Eggleston & Cramer PC and Blake Cassels & Graydon LLP.
Thames Valley Police spokeswoman Connie Primmer confirmed that post-mortem examinations would take place later today.