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ava

(əˈvɔː)
adv
Scot at all
[Scot form of of all]
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In front of us there was an extensive brake of wild sugar-cane; and the stream was shaded by the dark green knotted stem of the Ava, -- so famous in former days for its powerful intoxicating effects.
About two years ago, although the use of the ava was prevented, drunkenness from the introduction of spirits became very prevalent.
Federal labeling laws and regulations require that any wine sold in interstate commerce that is labeled with an AVA be derived 85% or more from grapes grown within the boundaries of that AVA, and be fully finished within the state in which the AVA is located.
These photos are curated by the machine learning AI called Ava with a little help from human curation.
During Year 3, Ava was rushed to the Freeman hospital.
I did not rub any part of my body, let alone my crotch, against Ava.
Craig " Ava, 14, badgered her dad Craig, 41, to drive to the remote practice room, despite the fact he was just finishing a 12-hour shift at work.
The veterinary landscape is changing at a rapid pace so its important that the AVA anticipates the future needs of the profession.