Tavert - definition of tavert by The Free Dictionary
tavert (ˈteɪvət; Scottish ˈtevɛrt)
bewildered or confused
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Thus for averting expenditures as a whole in both the survey and experimental data, C is the total contribution to all three averting funds (TAVERT), whereas the overall expenditure is TWTP.
The transformed LNAVERTODDS variable is: ln[(TAVERT + 0.5)/(TWTP - TAVERT + 0.5)].
Keith Perry-Gore was charged because of remarks he made comparing the bishop, Bruce tavert
, to Adolf Hitler, in a letter Mr.