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laver

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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Nevertheless, Lavers' testimony was welcomed by supporters of the bill, even if it meant that the program might provider fewer benefits.
In 2011, Dr Lavers examined one chick with more than 275 pieces of plastic in its stomach, which is equivalent to a human ingesting 10kg of plastic.
Laver revealed the couple met at the Jack Kramer Club in the Los Angeles area and were married on June 20, 1966, in San Rafael, California.
Display: Torchbearer Peter Frazier and Aston University's David Farrow, far left, with the Ralph Lavers exhibition and, right, the 1948 Olympic torch.
"Julian Lavers is a top-flight sales professional with a long track record of achievements in the coffee industry," said Rodger Owen, president of Bucks Coffee, "and Mike Connolly is a retail operations wizard with both the industry contacts and experience that are tailor-made for our needs.
And speaking of nasty afflictions, I later discovered that Mr Lavers once had an operation to replace his diseased oesophagus with part of his colon.
Send your video and covering letter with your name, address to: Paul Lavers, Head of Presenters.
Chris Lavers has set out to produce a book that sits neatly between serious scholarship (he is a senior Lecturer in animal ecology) and the inquisitive pesterings of his-teenage nephew.
Originally commissioned for a 1948 exhibition held in parallel with the Olympics of that year, Lavers' panels aimed to reflect the growing optimism of the nation following the rigours of the Second World War.