Definition of Scrine. Meaning of Scrine. Synonyms of Scrine

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Definition of Scrine

Scrine
Scrine Scrine, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Scringed; p. pr. & vb. n. Scringing.] [Cf. Cringe.] To cringe. [Prov. Eng. & Local, U.S.]

Meaning of Scrine from wikipedia

- Scrine is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Frank Scrine (1925–2001), Welsh international footballer Fred Scrine (1877–1962), Welsh international...
- Fred Scrine (25 March 1877 – 8 August 1962) was a Welsh international rugby union flanker who pla**** club rugby for Swansea. Scrine's style of play was...
- Frank Scrine (9 January 1925 – 5 October 2001) was a Welsh international footballer forward. He was part of the Wales national football team between 1949...
- is a Brisbane-based independent film distributor (formerly known as Gil Scrine Films) specialising in arthouse films and social do****entaries. Established...
- crossroads in the parish of Ballynascreen, Ballinascreen (from Irish: Baile na Scrine, meaning "the land/territory of the shrine""), after the Roman Catholic...
- Canterbury Open Christmas, before becoming Canterbury Open Centre and then the Scrine Foundation. On 1 July 2010 the charity renamed itself "Catching Lives"....
- Skryne Castle (Irish: Caislean na Scríne or Caisleán Scrín Cholm Cille) is a castle located at Skryne, County Meath, Ireland. The motte and bailey castle...
- St Colm's Ballinascreen GAC (Irish: CLG Naomh Colm Baile na Scrine) is a Gaelic Athletic ****ociation club based in Ballinascreen, which includes the town...
- Davies, Pat Laughren, Carolyn Howard, 1979) and Home on the Range (Gil Scrine, 1982) circulate marginally as independent 'political' films, each with...
- occupied by remains of medieval church Scrin-a****ain; Scrinium S. A****ani; Scrine Sligo Friary Dominican Friars founded 1252 by Maurice fitz Gerald; consecrated...
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