Leuven

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Leu·ven

 (lœ′vən)
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Leuven

(ˈløːvə)
n
(Placename) the Flemish name for Louvain
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Leu•ven

(ˈlœ vən, ˈlu-)
n.
a city in central Belgium. 84,180.
French, Louvain.
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Special cousin of Louvaine and loving aunt to Graham & Alison, Stuart & Samantha and great aunt to Stephanie.
Loving son of Louvaine and the late Rhys, and brother of Joy, Wyn and Gay.
WATERS Megan Louvaine Peacefully on Jan 4, aged 90 years, Megan of Pengam Rd, Ystrad Mynach; much loved husband of the late Hubert Eric Waters, beloved mother to Timothy and Alicia, grandmother to Anil, Nina and Navin.
Quarmby of Louvaine Terrace, Hetton-le-Hole, pleaded guilty at Sunderland Magistrates Court to one count of causing unnecessary suffering by subjecting a dog to unnecessary physical violence.
Peacefully in hospital on 22nd August 2013, aged 87 years, Cecil, beloved son of the late Herbert and Meggie, brother to Louvaine, John, the late Frances and Herbert.
The overall PS1,000 Supreme Champion was Joanne Shawon, from Warrington, on her four-year-old horse Esanto, with last year's winner Megan Cookson, with Louvaine Rooney, as reserve champion.
BICKNELL Kath Of Longford beloved Wife of Michael, dearly loved Nan of Philip and Connor, dear sister of Barbara, sister-in-law of Louvaine and Janet, and a dear auntie.
Loving husband of the late Louvaine. Dearly loved father of Tracy and Chris, Gayle and Ken and proud Taidie of Jack Dafydd.
The author, Chilean born and Louvaine and London graduate, has been professor of Religion and Politics at St Mary's College at the University of St Andrews, Scotland, since 2006.