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.
TRIBUTES have been pouring in for the country's longest serving jarvey, who died in a freak accident.
But under court procedures the prosecutor was not able to make that argument, said Paul Jarvey, a spokesman for Worcester District Attorney Joseph D.
People want to help and appreciate if you give them a way to do that," said race director Paul Jarvey, a former longtime Telegram & Gazette scribe and editor.
Erik Jarvey of Highland competes in his third consecutive Southern Section final Monday at Canyon Country Club in Palm Springs after a dramatic stretch run in a Northern Regional qualifier that nearly produced two section finalists from the Golden League.
Jarvey said a passer-by saw the man jump and alerted authorities.
Golden League champion Jarvey was pretty excited coming down from arguably the shot of the tournament.
Jarvey said the spent projectile shot through the bag and went about 15 feet into the air before falling to the floor, where it was recovered.
Alpha League champion Mike Sinclair of Paraclete and Golden League champion Erik Jarvey of Highland lead a contingent of five High Desert high school golfers into the first round of Southern Section individual postseason play Monday.
Team Jarvey finished with nine birdies against a bogey at Crystalaire in a 33-31 effort to finish one shot clear of its nearest challengers.