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Joiner was Lomu's direct opponent in Pretoria when the Scots faced the All Blacks in the 1995 quarterfinal.
In this, his debut novel, Donald Joiner delivers a carefully-crafted page-turner with a pulse-pounding plot, and engrossing storyline.
ONE member of our family absolutely adores The Joiners Arms.
The contract to be tendered by Dumfries and Galloway Health Board (the Authority ) is for the direct provision of a Reactive Maintenance Joiner Contractor.
Joiner, who first identified and characterized the condition, named it, plays a pivotal role in ongoing multicenter collaborative research efforts targeting it, and vows to see acute suicidal affective disturbance, or ASAD, included in the DSM-6.
USJ-IMECO is a leading independent provider of turnkey marine joiner, distributed systems and electro-mechanical solutions for government and commercial customers involved in new ship construction and vessel maintenance, repair and overhaul.
Friends yesterday described Declan Small, from Mayobridge, Co Down, as a "top class" joiner who was a trusted member of Haughey's inner circle.
To become a carpenter or joiner you need to have good practical skills, an organised approach to work, an eye for detail and the ability to follow technical drawings and plans.
The groom's lather, Ernie Joiner, served as best man.
He must play like an All-Sun Belt performer in 2012 to help fill the voids left by NicCray, Davis and Joiner.
THE Duchess of Cornwall became a "jolly joiner" yesterday, as she took an oath to join a traditional guild of wood joiners and carvers.
What does a career as a carpenter or joiner involve?