Quave

n.1.See Quaver.
v. i.1.To quaver.
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It was followed by his collaboration with Justin Bieber, Quave, Chance the Rapper and Lil Wayne, titled "I'm The One.
Glaser JA, Foerst DL, McKee GD, Quave SA, Budde WL.
A study reports that people in Manang, central mountain region of Nepal, collect food from 41 plant species in the forest, which are used as a sources of fruits, juice, vegetables and achar--local relish or pickle (Bhattarai, Chaudhary, Quave and Taylor 2009:16).
2005[29] Pharm Biology calycina Quave et J Ethnopharmacol al.
ly/UXMiBL) this summer MCC alumnus David Quave made Brookshire's dream come true.
Lead researcher Dr Cassandra Quave said: "We've identified a family of compounds from this plant that have an interesting medicinal mechanism.
2002a, Pieroni and Quave 2006, Soukand and Kalle 2013, Pieroni et al.
Lauren Hamman Bain of Gluckstadt; Anne Davis of New Orleans, Louisiana; Laura Francis Peyton of Denver, Colorado; Mallory Quave Moss of Denver, Colorado; and Betsey Anne Bennett of Jackson all served as bridesmaids.
McCarthy BJ, Terry J, Rochat RW, Quave S, Tyler CW Jr.
Rick Quave, director of engineering at Kelly, says the company is poised to introduce two families of alternators, the ES-60 and the ES-100, each available as either 12- or 24-volt.
She used to live in Old Kilpatrick and I lived at Quave Burn Cottage, Selkirk.