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glave

[′glä·və]
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They been called to the scene by his dad, who said Glave was "threatening to harm him" at his home in Firth Park, Sheffield.
Svrha ovoga rada bila je utvrditi ostecenje ganglijskih stanica mreznice i morfoloske promjene glave vidnoga zivca u ispitanika s primarnim glaukomom otvorenog kuta (POAG) i nearteritickom prednjom ishemijskom optickom neuropatijom (NAION).
(706) Glave's account was first connected to "Heart of Darkness" by the Shakespeare scholar Molly Mahood in "Idols of the Tribe: Conrad's 'Heart of Darkness'" a chapter in her monograph The Colonial Encounter: A Reading of Six Novels (1977).
Metropolitan Transportation Authority spokeswoman Julie Glave said the kittens were discovered Thursday evening under the third rail of an express track in Brooklyn.
Barton is currently senior associate and director of Interior Design Studio at Glave and Holmes Architecture in Richmond, Virginia.
(1.) Here I appropriate the words of gay Jamaican-American writer and activist Thomas Glave, whose textual longing opens his edited volume Our Caribbean (2008).
Yorkshire hill farmer Mr Earnshaw (Paul Hilton) visits Liverpool and discovers a young black boy called Heathcliff (Solomon Glave) living on the streets.
The cast is young and mostly untrained and the foul, racist language is probably not what most fans of the book want to hear as a homeless young black boy called Heathcliff (Solomon Glave) is taken in by Yorkshire hill farmer Mr Earnshaw (Paul Hilton).
As the film opens, Heathcliff (played by newcomer Solomon Glave) is a young boy without a home, taken in by Cathy's family.
Thomas Glave, Our Caribbean: A Gathering of Lesbian and Gay Writing form the Antilles, Durham & London, Duke University Press, 2008, 405pp; $24.95 paperback, $89.95 cloth.