Origin of pinner
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Examples from the Web for pinner
That was in the summer of 1890, when the Rolfes had been living at Pinner for eight months.
A house in Wales—a house at Pinner—a house at Gunnersbury—presently a house somewhere else.
Or do you think it would be more discreet if I got him to come to Pinner?'
Since the removal from Pinner, Rolfe had forgotten his anxieties with regard to money.
It had never been so used before, but it could be arranged, Mrs. Pinner told him.Once Aboard The Lugger
Arthur Stuart-Menteth Hutchinson
- a person or thing that pins
- a small dainty apron
- a cap with two long flaps pinned on