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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • An inlet of the Indian Ocean off south-central Australia between the Eyre and Yorke peninsulas. It was discovered in 1802.

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  • Edmondson registered the first out of the inning ere a Haynes single and a Sean Paino triple plated a pair of runs.

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  • Windsor Place is owned by the Paino family and Dennis and Elissa Sargent, longstanding members of the Greater Boston business community with deep ties to the regional medical community.

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  • Holsinger taught Paino when he was a student at Evangel.

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  • Paino will be presented with a "Book of Memories" from his classmates, professors at Evangel and other people influential to his professional career.

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  • Paino graduated from Evangel University with a bachelor of arts degree in history and philosophy.

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  • Paino, a 1985 history and philosophy graduate of Evangel, is the provost and vice president for academic affairs at Truman State University.

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