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rivery

(ˈrɪvərɪ)
adj
riverlike or having rivers
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Operating cash flow from refining benefited from the fact that the Wood Rivery Refinery was able to process higher volumes of heavy oil as a result of the completion of the coker and refinery expansion (CORE) project in late 2011.
The Brownstone is part of The Summit at Rivery Park.
His neck had a rivery vein running the length of it, just like the one on his snake of a pinga.
From the brutality of Homer it is little relief to move to the anomie of someone like Beckett, who puts the self in a jar: all words, held up in glass, a rivery mania of language, but no chance to change in time.
Contents: Marie le Gendre, Dame de Rivery "L'exercice de 1'ame vertueuse (1597)"; Charlotte de Brachart, "Harengue (1604)"; Marguerite de Valois ou de France, "Discours docte et subtil (1618)"; Suzanne de Nervese, "Apologie en faveur des femmes (1642)"; Jacqueline de Miremont, "Apologie pour les Dames (1602)"; Jacquette Guillaume, "Les Dames illustres (1665)"; and Gabrielle Suchion, "Traite de la morale et de la politique (1693)"; and "Madame de Pringy, "Les differens caracteres (1694).
In a separate transaction, MCA arranged an $11,500,000 construction loan for the Rivery Towne Crossing, a to-be-built retail shopping center in Georgetown, Texas.
Lot 105 is a filly by the Kentucky-based Mt Livermore out of Rivery, who shares her grand-daughter Margarethen with Triptych and Generous.
GEORGETOWN, Texas -- Last week's ribbon cutting and grand opening party for The Brownstone at The Summit marked the first major benchmark for the Novak Brothers' newest development, The Summit at Rivery Park.
In the event internal staff or other resources become available to assume responsibility for oversight of the Rivery parking structure, the City reserves the right to cancel an agreement resulting from this RFP upon 30 days written notice and reassign the requirement provided the successful Proposer is paid for all outstanding invoices covering services provided etc.
Yet another, somewhat shadowy figure is Marie Le Gendre, Dame de Rivery, to whom two slender volumes of stoic essays and moral reflexions are attributed, L'Exercice de l'ame vertueuse (The Exercise of the Virtuous Soul [1596-1597]) and Le Cabinet des saines affections (The Chamber of Wholesome Affections [1595]).