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Synonyms for crinion

point where the hairline meets the midpoint of the forehead


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Pinches grabbed hold of the man through the bars of a locked gate at the site, breaking his glasses before leaping into the Ford Mondeo and accelerating into the gate with such force it was moved 3ft slightly injuring the man, continued Mr Crinion.
He said he needed 'one set of bullets and a gun,' which he told her to take apart and post to him in two parcels, before asking her at the end of December: "BTW can you get hold of 22 LR [long-range] ammo?" In further exchanges he described having to make 200 rounds of ammunition, which he said was 'boring,' commenting that he had 'an incredible amount of orders.' Mr Crinion said arrangements were made for four parcels to be sent from Arizona to the UK, two of which each contained 50 bullets, with the other two containing the parts of a handgun.
The court heard that on the day of the incidents there had been a disagreement between Crinion and his girlfriend.
Crinion handed it over to a cashier to pay for some DVDs but the card didn't have a chip and pin facility, prosecutor Jill Seddon said.
(20) Crinion, J., Turner, R., Grogan, A., Hanakawa, T., Noppeney, U., Devlin, J.T., Aso, T., Urayama, S., Fukuyama, H., Stockton, K., Usui, K., Green, D.W.
Gwen McNamara and Dorothy Robinson remembered going to watch the dogs race with their dads, and Dennis Crinion worked in the office ordering food for the restaurants and making up the wages for the speedway riders.
Charles Crinion, defending, said Montrose had worked as an accounts manager, and had recently been diagnose with a personality disorder which resulted in her "suddenly becoming so blatantly dishonest."
Mechelli, A., Crinion, J.T., Noppeney, U., O'Doherty, J., Ashburner, J., Frackowiak, R.
Rogers, P.A.M., Arora, S.P., Fleming, G.A., Crinion, F.A.P.
Leading the way was Joseph Crinion, who graduated as a Master in Architecture from Northumbria University, with his project to turn asbestos into glass.
CREW: B Taylor--Skipper (31), K Piesse--Navigator (28), A Taylor (20), G Gourley (25), J Permezel (22), M Bagley (4), P Sandles (12), P Fletcher (25), P Crinion
Speech therapist and neuroscientist Jenny Crinion of University College London and collaborators focused on people who had trouble finding the right word after a stroke.
For Jenny Crinion of University College London, who is both a neuroscientist and clinical speech and language therapist, the interest in tDCS sprang from a desire to help stroke patients through their long recovery.
The event is set to showcase the cream of British and international design, a must-see for style connoisseurs seeking the latest launches, unique designs and cutting-edge products, said Interiors UK brand director Tony Crinion.
"A further $70 billion are expected to be completed in 2011 all of which represent a definite potential market for interior contracting and fit outs, because they are usually contracted during the second half of project execution," said Tony Crinion, Event Director, UBM Built Environment.