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1. Old Testament a large basin of water used by the priests for ritual ablutions
2. the font or the water of baptism

Laver

Rod(ney) (George). born 1938, Australian tennis player: Wimbledon champion 1961, 1962, 1968, 1969; US champion 1962, 1969
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Hence it appears that the unetched part of the batch 2 powder is a mixture of Laves and i-phase.
WEH Stanner (1969:4), who trained under Radcliffe-Brown and Raymond Firth, and who was a contemporary of Piddington and Laves, commented later that he had been:
The Company also announced the final settlement of a suit filed by its former CEO (the Laves litigation), which was scheduled to go to trial in March 2004.
COUNTY councillors have unanimously backed the campaign by members of the Black Rock Lave Net Fishermen's Association to save their ancient craft.
Our new SpectrumMaster(R) transmit filter/duplexer addresses the PCS industry's need to minimize costs without sacrificing quality or capacity as they install and build-out their networks," Laves continued.
Laves said that the company has completed 15 field trials in 10 cities across the country and that it has received to date orders or letters of intent to purchase products for use in 13 cities in the networks of 7 of the top 9 cellular telephone operators in the country and has received engineering approval from an 8th cellular operator.
The first museum exhibition devoted entirely to queer comics spotlights artists Howard Cruse and Alison Bechdel, along with dozens of other lesbian, gay, bi, and trans laves.
Ted Laves, president and chief executive officer, commented, "In developing this strategy, Illinois Superconductor is addressing the upper level management of major operators across the country, to highlight the return on investment offered by the widespread deployment of our products in their wireless networks.
This range extension benefit can reduce infrastructure capital investment for PCS operators without sacrificing quality or capacity, and can accelerate the build out of their networks," said Ted Laves, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Illinois Superconductor.
He was joined by partners Jeffrey Kochian and Alan Laves, senior counsel Irina Maistrenko and associates Sophia Dwosh, Alyssa Dossick, Julie Feldman, Lech Wilkiewicz and Rachel Evans, all of the corporate practice; tax partner Dan Micciche and senior counsel Michael Gerald; antitrust and unfair competition partner Paul Hewitt and associate George Laevsky; and intellectual property senior counsel David Lee.
Ted Laves, ISC chairman, president and chief executive officer, commented, "Market acceptance of our award winning products continues to grow as demonstrated by continued repeat orders from existing customers and the addition of new operators, including one of the country's largest providers, to our customer base.