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clava

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(biology)
A club-shaped structure, as the tip on the antennae of certain insects or the fruiting body of certain fungi.
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Peter Claver is a 10,000-square-foot building that houses a 600-seat sanctuary and a parish hall.
Peter Claver Church in Simi Valley, so, too, an era will end at the Catholic church that is opening a new house of worship Saturday.
Escobal, PESO Manager of LGU Claver, emphasized the need for professional guidance in the students career decisions to prevent job-skill mismatch in the future.
Claver said another recommendation is to create feeder routes to get access to main route or expressways for passenger and creation of space for parking cars for those who take a bus or a light rail service.
The change would mean that finance minister John Rwangombwa would become head of the National Bank of Rwanda, while the governor of the central bank, Claver Gatete, would become minister of finance.
The two hostages who work for Taganito Mining Corp (TMC) in Claver town, Surigao del Norte were released and not harmed by members of the New Peoples Army (NPA).
of Zaragoza, Spain) and Claver (inorganic chemistry, U.
Claver finished the 5,000-meter course in 19 minutes, 1.
Peter Claver Catholic Church to say farewell to William L.
Claver is a leader of the political group, Bayan Muna (Country First), which has been branded by the Philippine military as a communist front.
Peter Claver Parish last week ended midway into the service March 26 after church officials said they felt threatened by protesters.