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Skive

(skē`və), city (1992 pop. 19,711), Viborg co., N Denmark, on the Limfjord at the mouth of the Skive River. It is a commercial center and a tourist resort. Nearby is Spøttrup castle (14th cent.).
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And as far as choosing which days of the week to skive,Kieran says it's probably best to go for the middle of the week,and take two days off together.
Cushion extrusion with automatic skive bole filling (CTC) became an integrated part of many such delivered systems, while side wall application had been just an option.
And as far as choosing which days of the week to skive, Kieran says it's probably best to go for the middle of the week, and take two days off together.
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Dog owners will skive off work if their pooch is ill, a new survey reveals.
August 31 sees the launch of Skive Lounge, a laid-back live event for Merseyside musicians aged 13-25.
If you are "busy, busy, busy" you're really thick, thick, thick, because you haven't the wit to skive, skive, skive, or delegate, delegate, delegate.
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And three in 10 women without kids felt working mums used their children as an excuse to skive.
The method includes the step of cutting through the gum portion of the elastomeric composite material at a desired skive angle, and then opening up the skived cut.
n THE Friday Skive has started up again at The Masque Bar for the new year.