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Words related to gleaner

someone who picks up grain left in the field by the harvesters

someone who gathers something in small pieces (e

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That will be our primary position," Crowne told The Gleaner.The medication, which does not list HCTZ as an active ingredient, was subsequently sent by Williams' team to be tested independently in the USA, where it was confirmed that it was contaminated with traces of the banned diuretic, the newspaper reported.
The Jamaican-born Williamson told the Gleaner newspaper that the university did not 'follow a normal process in handling of those medical records because my medical information is now the subject of gossip in Jamaica and ridicule on different social-media platforms'.
A friend of Bailey named Jade McLaren told The Gleaner in an interview how the beauty queen used her platform to advocate for lupus awareness in Jamaica.
In this regard, forest plantations act as a positive filter for foliage gleaners and flycatchers, whereas secondary forests act as a positive filter for bark foragers.
There is one type of Gleaner combine I have not come up with much information on.
Deputy Superintendent of Police, Throyville Haughton, told The Sunday Gleaner: "We are making every effort to bring closure to this heinous crime, and as such, we are getting assistance from our area headquarters and also from technical services from Kingston.
According to (http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/flair/20170904/davina-bennett-queen-hearts) Jamaica Gleaner , Bennett was a second-year marketing student at the University of the West Indies and had established a foundation for the hearing impaired called The Davina Bennett Foundation For The Deaf.
The campaign swaying public opinion against Obeah is managed mainly through the Gleaner, Jamaica's premier newspaper.
The Gleaner newspaper reported that the third person had died but the police could not confirm the report.
The Jamaica Gleaner newspaper reported the 30-year-old, a two-time Olympic gold medallist in the 4x100 metres relay, returned a positive test for the banned stimulant methylhexanamine when his 'A' sample was retested.
Carter (below), the sixth fastest man of all time over 100 metres, was named by the Jamaica Gleaner as having tested positive following a re-analysis of his 2008 Olympic Games sample.
Gleaner Life Insurance Society has announced that it has named a new administrator.
Says Kevin Marti, president and CEO of Gleaner Life Insurance Society: "Young people are very motivated by the fraternal model.
Traditional values and service are still as important today as when Elgin-headquartered Gleaner Oils was founded by the present co-owner Jane Scott's grandfather in 1954.
At the branch libraries Bheem Patrika (in Hindi) may be seen at Balsall Heath Library, the Jamaican Weekly Gleaner at Handsworth and three Dublin newspapers at Spring Hill Branch.