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severy

(ˈsɛvərɪ)
n, pl -ries
a bay of a vaulted ceiling
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But you can't severy chance and when you see many players get chances in our teit's not a fixed person.
This is indicative of the seriousness of the problem; however, various studies have argued that condom use is not popular in long-term relationships (McCormack, 1997), in monogamous relationships (Gold, Karmiloff-Smith & Morton, 1992), and in regular heterosexual relationships (Glor & Severy, 1990; Pilkington, Kern, & Indest, 1994).
SEvery year, almost three million of them are bought by European drivers - four million if you include Russia.
The Recycle Center is also open for reuse, recycling, electronics and bulk item severy Monday from 5 to 7 p.
Lisa Severy , President, National Career Development Association
Our graduation rates haven't significantly changed over the past few years, so 1 don't see any evidence that people are staying longer," says Lisa Severy, director of career services and interim assistant vice chancellor of Student affairs for the University of Colorado Boulder.
These findings are consistent with previous studies (Hardee, 2004; Severy, 2003).
Errant physicians who are sanctioned by liberal boards may receive dispositions that differ from wrongdoers who face more conservative board members (Davis, Severy & Kraus, 1993).
SEvery now and then we're threatened with some apocalyptic plague that's supposed to wipe us all out.
Miller WB, Reproductive decisions: how we make them and bow they make us, in: Severy LJ, ed.
severy time he has performed for the club so far in preseason he has made an impact and he is pushing the other two boys (Theo Robinson and Robbie Simpson) very, very hard.
Carmaker severy where are battening down the hatches for what could be the worst storms in their history.