Cavin


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Cav´in


n.1.(Mil.) A hollow way, adapted to cover troops, and facilitate their aproach to a place.
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Rafique, Cavin Lobo, Bikash Jairu, Halicharan Narzary.
Cavin received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a major in accounting from Mississippi College.
Prosecutor Paul Cavin said: "He remembered Jerome coming to his aid.
At a police press conference on Friday about Daniel's disappearance, DCI Stuart Cavin said that searches have now been extended to include in and around the River Otter.
The motorcycles driven by Jaymark Poblete, 16, and teacher Mark Cavin Benigno, 25, collided in Barangay Parada-Batu, Sta.
Spilde drove then-UCC interim President Rita Cavin to funerals and, meanwhile, bolstered her as she made decisions about such things as when classes would resume, whether to hire part-time instructors, and when to raise the flag from half-staff.
In this book, authors Zhirnov and Cavin presents readers with the second edition of their in-depth look at the contemporary theory and applications of microsystems in the field of bioelectronics.
Rita Cavin was president during last fall's school shooting, when a 26-year-old gunman fatally shot nine people before killing himself.
All of the research about improving student engagement is focused on traditional, on-campus students, and refers to strategies such as getting students involved with the student union, extracurricular activities and other activities," says Glynn Cavin, associate vice chancellor for distance learning and director of eTroy.
Cavin Cornwall's dark, brooding and brilliantly evil Caiaphas stole the show and Jonathan Tweedie and Tom Gilling put in fantastic performances as King Herod and Pontius Pilate respectively.
For many, the truly outstanding voice of the production belonged to Cavin Cornwall as high priest, Caiaphas.
Dave Cavin " added: "At least he is not selling drugs.