ventage


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vent·age

 (vĕn′tĭj)
n.
A small opening; a vent.

ventage

(ˈvɛntɪdʒ)
n
1. a small opening; vent
2. (Music, other) a finger hole in a musical instrument such as a recorder
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The Duchess's "shameful act of sin" necessitates penance and purification, which Ferdinand imagines will require an agent no less powerful than fire: he would "have their bodies / Burnt in a coal-pit with the ventage stooped .
Holding a meeting with regional heads of all banks here, SSP highlighted different week points of the security of banks adding that according to the shops and security ordinance 1999, banks were bound to install CCTV cameras, ventage points and trained gunmen.
I'm in the process of restaring a cance and a ventage 1949 Slick-craft, but for now, I fish from land.
Well, a homoeopathic doctor from Pakistan, Prof Dr Iftikhar Hussain Waris has become the worlda€™s first person to develop a new system of homoeopathic natural pesticides by the name Ventage and Rigorous.
But our new WMD-denouncing friend Moammar does have ``The Definitive Solution of The Kashmiri Problem'' and ``The Revolutionary Leader ventage (sic) point and analysis on world Terrorism.
We are extremely happy with the smooth and efficient installation of Tideworks' systems," said Jerome Ventage, Vale NC project manager.
With Tideworks we have chosen the best possible partner to help us meet our growing needs," said Jerome Ventage, Vale NC project manager.
Govern these ventages with your fingers and thumb, give it breath with your mouth, and it will discourse most eloquent music.
Govern these ventages with your fingers and thumb; give it breath with your mouth; and it will discourse most eloquent music.