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  • Shiner

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    Shiner Beer. Independently brewed in Shiner, Texas, since 1909.

  • Shiner | Define Shiner at Dictionary.com

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    Shiner definition, a person or thing that shines. See more.

  • Beers | Shiner

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    Shiner Bock - Shiner Premium - Shiner Light Blonde - Shiner Black - Shiner White Wing - Shiner Wild Hare – Shiner FM966

  • Shiner, Texas - Wikipedia

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    Shiner is a city in Lavaca County, Texas, United States. The town was named after Henry B. Shiner who donated 250 acres (1.0 km 2) for railroad right of way.

  • Shiner | Definition of Shiner by Merriam-Webster

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    But Blagojevich was also a hard worker during his school years, taking jobs as a shoe shiner, pizza delivery person and a meat packer to help the family get by ...

  • Spoetzl Brewery - Wikipedia

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    Spoetzl Brewery is a brewery located in Shiner, Texas, U.S. The brewery is the oldest independent brewery in Texas. It produces a diverse line of Shiner Beers ...

  • Shiner - definition of shiner by The Free Dictionary

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    shin·er (shī′nər) n. 1. One that shines, as a star, jewel, or coin. 2. Slang A black eye: got a real shiner from stumbling into the door. 3. a. Any of numerous ...

  • Shiner Ltd

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    Apparel. An apparel collection that addresses both skateboarding and lifestyle markets. Find out more >

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    SHINER. 3,904 likes · 3 talking about this. Shiner is playing shows.

  • Urban Dictionary: shiner

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    (n.) a black eye. Term is of Irish origin where it was a punishment for not keeping machinery shiney delivered from the boot of a British officer.

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