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  • Some of Mr. Shore's work has a Pop Art ruthlessness -- like his photograph of a half-eaten McDonald's meal in a place called Perrine, Florida.

    Shore's Haunting Pictures

  • Dr. Perrine is well known to many people in this Club and evidently very well known to many people in this City.

    A Quarter Century of Communications Development

  • Dr. Perrine is a graduate of Iowa, Michigan and Cornell Universities.

    Voices Across the Sea

  • I am afraid I shall have to say good-bye, not from my own inclination, but because Dr. Perrine is standing over me.

    Voices Across the Sea

  • MR. DUNSTAN: Unfortunately, Dr. Perrine is at the door here, telling me I have got to shut up.

    Voices Across the Sea

  • "I must call Perrine," he said, "to watch by you while I am away."

    After Dark

  • Mr. Perrine laughed and gave Mr. Zinczenko a brotherly slap on the back.

    Mother, Brother, Mentor

  • Dave Zinczenko, the editor of Men's Health and general manager of Rodale Books, which published Ms. Cuomo's book on mentoring, said he and Rodale Publisher Stephen Perrine are co-mentors for one another.

    Mother, Brother, Mentor

  • "Men's Health itself is in a mentor role for its readers," Mr. Perrine added.

    Mother, Brother, Mentor

  • Babies need to drink about 32 ounces of fortified formula a day to get 400 international units of vitamin D, says study author Cria Perrine of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

    Study urges vitamin D supplement for infants

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