Related to Avile: avail, anvil, Advil, alive, Avila


v. t.1.To abase or debase; to vilify; to depreciate.
Want makes us know the price of what we avile.
- B. Jonson.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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DENV-2 isolated in Salta in 1997 and 1998 showed 98% to 99% nucleotide identity with DENV-2 isolated from Brazil in 1990 and Jamaica in 1983 (Aviles et al., unpub.
The programs sponsored by Sol & Soul (usually pronounced and sometimes written with the "and" in Spanish: Sol y Soul) include Spoken Resistance; the solo work of the organization's artistic director, Quique Aviles; artistic residencies and performances by visiting artists; free creativity and art workshops for the community; and El Barrio Street Theater, Washington, D.C.'s only street theater project.
Cardiff Demons (v Worcestershire; from): N Rowlands, A Ryce, S Williams, Rhodri Thomas, J Iles, A James, R Dodgson, J Davies, P Moore, A Jones, A Luff, D Roberson, S Singleton, A Aviles, N Cammies, M Muir, R Naylor, N Thomas.
Group living has its benefits, says Leticia Aviles of the University of Arizona in Tucson, who studies cooperative spiders in Ecuador.
Leticia Aviles hunts down spiders twice a year in Ecuador, her native country.
PITTSBURGH & MADRID -- (BUSINESS WIRE)--Alcoa Corporation, a global leader in bauxite, alumina, and aluminum products, today announced the completion of a transaction with private equity investment firm PARTER Capital Group AG, based in Schindellegi, Switzerland, for that firm to acquire Alcoa's Spanish subsidiaries that own and operate the Aviles and La Coruna aluminum plants in Spain.
Aviles, professor of meteorology at Plymouth State University.