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noun as in butcher


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Skinner says all work crews would have been canceled in the event of a positive case.

Another daughter started working there as a membrane skinner this fall, attracted by the starting wage of $17 an hour, which was higher than her job at a medical equipment company.

“We view pretty seriously that they’ve disregarded both a commission order and a requirement from the wildfire safety division on this,” Skinner said.

“They provided … nothing that resembles a research plan, no timeline, no objectives,” Skinner said, even after the CPUC asked it to do so.

The other issue, Skinner said, is that SDG&E hasn’t provided enough evidence to back up that part of its plan.

He voices Ned Flanders, Principal Skinner and Mr. Burns, among many other characters.

Unsurprisingly, Skinner was convicted despite the weapon not being found and conflicting testimony identifying him as the shooter.

He was soon apprehended and taken into custody—despite initially giving his name as Skinner.

“I think it is a legitimate question,” Skinner tells The Daily Beast.

Like Baker and Skinner, Daley served in the Cabinet (as Commerce secretary under Bill Clinton).

This organ has lately been entirely rebuilt with new action and vastly improved by Mr. E. M. Skinner.

Not so had the founder, Colonel James Skinner, treated the religions of the people among whom he lived.

Dr. Skinner, ejected Bishop of Oxford, had admitted him into orders at the early age of twenty-one.

Mr. Skinner says he “thinks Mr. Stevenson must be a very kind man”; he little knows me.

Approaching the captain, the Skinner said, “Do you think the colonies will finally get the better of the king?”

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On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to skinner, such as: processor, slaughterer, meatmarket person, and meat person.

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