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wiener nose

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n. a simpleton. (Also a derogatory term of address.) Look, wiener nose, mind your own business.
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30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- On July 23, Oscar Mayer introduced the newest addition to its iconic Wienermobile fleet with the creation of the Wiener Rover, an all-terrain hot dog on heavy-duty wheels that delivers hot dogs to fans across the country.
Wiener was an analyst and leasing agent in Cushman & Wakefield's Strategic Agency Services Group, where he was responsible for implementing a leasing and tenant retention strategy for a 4 million square foot real estate portfolio.
Just like the Eurovision Song Contest, the Wiener Wiesn Fest stands for building bridges - from the traditional to the modern and between people and nations.
In the new role, Wiener will lead the company's global Risk and Compliance Group, overseeing the compliance and credit, operational and market risk functions.
The deal is divided into two lots, including delivery of fuel for Wiener Linien and its railway unit Wiener Lokalbahnen.
According to Stevens, who with his sister Stephanie took over the restaurant two years ago when their father died, the state's first hot wiener restaurant -- Original New York System -- opened in Providence in the late 1920s.
In 1995 he founded Cine-UK, which he developed into a chain of 34 cinemas before it was acquired by Blackstone in Wiener October 2004.
Wiener has spent 44 years in the cinema industry, starting in the US as an usher whilst a full time student, and rising through various roles culminating in vice president for Cineplex Odeon in New York City.
With over 25 years of experience, Hilton Wiener has seen the fallout first-hand.
Robert Brophy traces the "first introduction many of us had to Leigh Wiener and his work" to Ann Ridgeway's The Selected Letters of Robinson Jeffers (1968), describing it as "a wondrous experience, thirty photos of portraits and landscapes with a unique style and authoritative focus.
The Wiener Werksttte was then formed in 1903 by Josef Hoffmann and Koloman Moser, both founder members of the Secession, and the wealthy patron Fritz Waerndorfer, as a Viennese counterpart to the British Arts and Crafts movement.
Sea The Stars took the best form into Saturday's Coral-Eclipse and duly won in style; Lord Shanakill followed suit in Sunday's Prix Jean Prat at Chantilly, and Wiener Walzer completed a treble for the form horses at the top level with a comfortable score in Germany's premier Classic, the Deutsches Derby, in Hamburg.
SAN FRANCISCO | You might say that Justin Wiener is an accidental gardener.
Joshua Michael Wiener nearly killed the victim - a 38-year-old acquaintance - after a verbal dispute escalated.
Madoff's sister Sondra Wiener, 74, is left with "nothing", revealed a neighbor in the BallenIsles Country Club, a gated Palm Beach enclave where Wiener and her husband, Marvin, live alongside such celebrities as Serena and Venus Williams.