jarvey


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jarvey

(ˈdʒɑːvɪ) or

jarvie

n
(Historical Terms) informal obsolete Brit a hackney coachman
[C19: from Jarvey, familiar form of personal name Jarvis]
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With this promise the jarvey was prevailed upon to clamber to his place and drive, with hideous deliberation, to the door of the Lodge.
But here again the fatal jarvey out-manoeuvred him.
Long since, he thought; and then, casting his eye through the front glass, which had been recently occluded by the figure of the jarvey, he beheld the tree-tops of the rookery in Randolph Crescent.
WarnerMedia's HBO has canceled "Vice News Tonight," ending its seven-year partnership with Vice Media, the Hollywood Reporter's Natalie Jarvey reports.
Captain Jarvey Gayoso also had a golden opportunity in the 10th minute, but his effort was stopped by Singaporean keeper Zharfan Rohaizad.
Ateneo star Jarvey Gayoso leads the team's bid to put on a good showing in the Lion City after failing to win a single match in the 2020 AFC U-23 qualifiers earlier this year.
Rounding out the roster are Ace Villanueva (Kaya), OJ Clarino (Davao), Jordan Jarvis (Global), Alvin Sarmiento (Global), Nathanael Alquiros (Stallion Laguna), Marvin and Marwin Angeles (Global), Angelo Marasigan (Global), Paolo Salenga (Davao), Fitch Arboleda (Stallion), Joven Bedic (Kaya Iloilo) and Jarvey Gayoso (Ateneo).
Behind reigning MVP Jarvey Gayoso, Ateneo finished second with 32 points and is looking good in its bid to make it to the championship match for the second straight season.
The jarvey [driver] fought bravely to control the horse but there was little he could do."
Jarvey, a spokesman for District Attorney Joseph D.
Keeper Paul Jarvey looked to have a Kevin Byers shot covered but Crawford tried to block and only succeeded in finding his own net.
"He was an engineer with the local council and Paddy would drive him around in his jarvey."