from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. lake
- abbr. Latin
- abbr. licentiate
- abbr. Linnaean
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New York Times recalls the Criner decision, which it says highlighted what her critics see "as her strong and habitual bias for the prosecution.
Zuma Press Arizona receiver Juron Criner can't quite make a one-handed grab.
The receiving corps is lead by a pair of 6-4 wideouts — Juron Criner and Delashaun Dean.
That includes QB Nick Foles, RB Nic Grigsby (who was injured most of the conference season), WR Juron Criner and four offensive linemen.
WR Juron Criner — He emerged as a big-play threat last season, with nine touchdown catches among his 45 receptions, and he looked even better this spring.
Tuitama, who was 27-of-50 for 321 yards and three TDs, got the Wildcats to 36-28, throwing a 28-yard TD strike to Juron Criner with 4: 38 to play.
Criner, wrongly convicted for rape and murder, was in prison for 10 years.
We reached out to one of our closest friends, Patty Howe Criner, who had grown up with Bill, and we asked her to work with Dick on the funeral arrangements.
Patty Howe Criner left and my college roommate, Johanna Branson, remain lifelong friends.
Fair was the alleged driver of the getaway car; Criner is believed to be an accomplice in the crime.
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