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Pinta

A Maltese unit of volume approximately equivalent to 142.1 milliliters. It was originally used to measure alcohol. It is largely obsolete but is still used in some circumstances.
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Pinter's lifelong friend Mick Goldstein recalled that, at an evening gathering after school, Pinter cited "Cardinal Newman to me about creation being a vast aboriginal calamity.
These were interpretations I heard from its French translator, Jean Pavans, during a private conversation at a conference on Pinter held at the Jean Moulin University in Lyons France in March 2007.
INVISTA and PINTER CAIPO began working on the new machines in 2012 with the aim of providing customers with a means to achieve excellent quality high performing stretch fabrics that keep their shape.
The acting standards in this Evening of Pinter are uniformly good with the naturalism adopted by most of the actors serving the material very well.
Wagner, John Johnson of a play in one act by Harold Pinter.
Harold Pinter necesita seguir vivo por muchos anos.
Harold Pinter, Catrin Finch Centre, Wrexham, March 16.
Pinter joined Zwicker in 1972 and has worked in every aspect of the electrical contracting business, including accounting, engineering, estimating, purchasing, operations and project management.
A few years ago, while perusing the poetry section of a local book store, I came across this little 'gem', where Pinter celebrates a famous English cricketer: 'I saw Len Hutton, in his prime.
This was revealed by Hungarian Minister of Interior Sandor Pinter, who Tuesday presented his work at the European Parliament.
BUDAPEST, Oct 8, 2010 (TUR) -- Turkey's Interior Minister Besir Atalay had a meeting with his Hungarian counterpart Sandor Pinter in Budapest on Friday.
Here, Lady Antonia, the popular historian, combines diary entries from the time with hindsight to recount both her love story with Pinter and its effect on his work.