jarvey


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jarvey

(ˈdʒɑːvɪ) or

jarvie

n
(Historical Terms) informal obsolete Brit a hackney coachman
[C19: from Jarvey, familiar form of personal name Jarvis]
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With this promise the jarvey was prevailed upon to clamber to his place and drive, with hideous deliberation, to the door of the Lodge.
But here again the fatal jarvey out-manoeuvred him.
Long since, he thought; and then, casting his eye through the front glass, which had been recently occluded by the figure of the jarvey, he beheld the tree-tops of the rookery in Randolph Crescent.
BOLLARDS to prevent jarvey carriages without dungcatchers entering a park were removed yesterday.
Keeper Paul Jarvey looked to have a Kevin Byers shot covered but Crawford tried to block and only succeeded in finding his own net.
He was an engineer with the local council and Paddy would drive him around in his jarvey.
They are vocalist Ali Forbes from Hampshire, keyboard player Jarvey Moss from Suffolk, bassist Mark Lees of Leicester, and drummer Jim Macaulay of Dudley.
The quirky foursome of Ali Forbes from Hampshire, Jarvey Moss from Suffolk, Leicester-born Mark Lees and Jim Macauley from Dudley won Channel 4's Mobile Act Unsigned talent show last year, scooping a pounds 1 million record contract.
Jarvey Midion and his parents were supposed to explore London calmly until his parents vanish and Jarvey finds himself involved with a magical book that transports people through time.
CSUN update: Cal State Northridge freshman Erik Jarvey, from Highland, closed with a personal tournament best of 75 to tie for 38th in the St.
Contributing writers include: Mara Biasotto; Mary Cole; and Marya Jarvey.
Frank Jarvey was one of the underbidders and the Mellon Stud owner might well have pushed Ryan a bit higher if his mobile had not run into problems at a crucial moment.