favous

favous

(ˈfeɪvəs)
adj
resembling a honeycomb
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Cahill, who will be 38 next month, was a firm favouS rite with Evertonians throughout his time at the club, making 278 appearances and scoring 68 goals between 2004-2012.
Ita ll comes right forSpanish Tim Vaughan also took the 3m novice hurdle with Spanish Optimist, who in February 2011 started the 2-1 favous s rite whenhavinghisthirdruninamaiden inanIrishpoint.
Usually rainy season, in Pakistan, starts in the month of July and changes the environmental temperature and humidity that favous the cercariae to emerge from snail (Maqbool et al.
The American is the 5/1 second favous rite at Betdaq to win back his title and an inviting 17/20 at Sportingbet for a top-three finish.
We do not think that the law permits a male supervisor to expose himself to his female subordinates and ask for sexual favous.
In recent years one of my favouS rite food related gifts came from my equally cooking obsessed brother.