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lovie

(ˈlʌvɪ)
n
an informal word for love10, love11
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BRIDGE CLUB MONDAY - N/S S Dagger, W Ross - 65% E/W M Shaw, M Chapleo - 62% NOVA - N/S J Moir, L Findlay - 68% E/W N Lovie, B Hamilton - 75% TUESDAY - SECTION A - N/S T Dearden, J Usher - 65% E/W C Mutch, P Brown - 62% SECTION B - N/S A Russell, J Boulton - 60% E/W S Watson, E Glegg - 56% WEDNESDAY - 1st = M Mowat, M Mackenzie, M Payne, M Niedziolko - 56 VPs.
ALEX LOVIE ur D-Day series prompted reader Peter Morrey to get in touch and share not his wartime memories, but those of the late Alex Lovie, from New Deer.
Susanne Lovie, from Banff, Aberdeenshire, paid almost PS500 for a Lay-Z Spa Paris model online from Argos last year.
Lovie Stunson of Harrisburg and Monte Baker of Eldorado have visited the Ark Encounter in Williamstown, Kentucky, and enjoyed the trip.
Erin Lovie, playing in her first USHANational Collegiate Championships, won the women's A2 title, edging Crystal Theobald of Minnesota State Mankato 21-5, 16-21, 11-4.
In an interview on ABS-CBN, Caroline and Lovie Oriendo, the couple's friends, said they rushed to the scene after they learned about the incident and after the Abaloses' child told them that the couple could not be reached by phone.
Friends of the couple, Caroline and Lovie Oriendo, rushed to the scene as soon as they heard about the incident.
The cake was cut by Mary Lovie, who joined the Institute 59 years ago.
The Lovie Awards recognise excellence on the European internet accepting and judging work in seven native languages across all parts of the web.
MOST LOVED: Heartbeat Surfinia, Lovie Dovie Supetunia or Amore Queen of Hearts are the types of petunia flower that are acknowledged and loved by the garden keepers.
"After losing her advertising job, Caretta 'Cara' Rudland leaves Chicago to visit her mother, Lovie (MacDowell), in the scenic Lowcountry where she spent her childhood summers," the synopsis begins.