Keever


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Keev´er


n.1.See Keeve, n.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The offensive line features veterans Shaun Keever, Max Ness, Spencer Lazarz (former defensive lineman) and Robert Shaffer.
Caption: Michael Keever, senior vice president and chief marketing officer (left), and Tom Comi, vice president of entertainment advertising, of NTVB Media
Jason Keever, director of production at his family's Keever Vineyards & Winery in the Napa Valley, said the winemaking team at the 2,000-case winery "absolutely love" the WECO optical sorter, which was purchased for the 2017 harvest.
The Oregon women's soccer team played Washington to a scoreless tie in the first half in search of its first Pac-12 victory, but Kimberly Keever's goal off Shannon Simon's cross early in the second half lifted the visiting Huskies 1-0 on Sunday.
An email sent by Graham Keever, one of West's staffers, indicated his office was caught unawares by the veto.
The company offers MillerCoors brands; a wide selection of popular craft beers, including Ballast Point, Coronado, Lagunitas, DuClaw, Foothills and Sierra Nevada; and an expanding world-class wine portfolio, including Palazzo, Keever Vineyards, Hourglass, and Arkenstone.
"With the Northwest Passage now open in the summer due to climate change, the cruise industry's expanding itineraries will bring increasingly damaging pollution to even more sensitive areas like the Arctic," Marcie Keever, oceans and vessels program director for Friends of the Earth, said in (http://www.foe.org/news/news-releases/2016-06-disney-cruise-line-regains-a-grade-for-pollution-transparency) a statement Thursday.
He is even identified: His name is Keever. And the mise en scene is apparently in the middle of nowhere--a wheat field "in the middle of ten thousand acres of nothingness," a month before harvest time.
Catherine Keever resulted in a reinterpretation of forests of the Coastal Plains.