glaves

glaves

[′glä·vəs]
(meteorology)
A foehnlike wind of the Faroe Islands. Also known as glave; glavis.
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Liz Glaves, 48, a nurse from Cannock, Staffs, was diagnosed with depression in her mid-30s.
Survivors include his wife, Denise (nee Wilson); stepson, Bryan (Jessica) Chrzastowski; step grandson, Jacob Chrzastowski; and siblings, Michael (Jackie) Schmieglitz, Patricia (Leroy) Sturtevant, Margaret "Gretchen" Sherman, and Coleen (the late Steve) Glaves; and by many beloved nieces, nephews, extended family, and friends.
Another vital role for pharmacy technology can be to help curb the epidemic of opioid abuse, says Brian Glaves, director of sales at ScriptPro.
"It has always just been something that kind of bucks the trend of normal supermarkets, but the profit margin on pharmacy has much greater potential than it does on a box of Cheerios--but the cost is a lot higher, too," says Brian Glaves, director of sales for pharmacy technology-developer ScriptPro, based in Mission, Kan.
Edited by Paolo Diviacco, Adam Leadbetter, and Helen Glaves
"All our meat is supplied from Yorkshire - prime meat from Glaves of Scarborough - and all our vegetables are market fresh.
The video also stars fellow Wrong Direction members Jason Erickson, Matthew Bolton, Robert Glaves and Harry Withers and you can see it at http://bit.
Prince Harry (Richard Glaves), in a rather outmoded portrayal, is a posh boy being led willingly astray by a Reading lass called Jess (Lucy Phelps), while a dithering William (Ben Righton) falls increasingly under the thumb of Jennifer Bryden's manipulative Kate.
Meanwhile Prince Harry in a hoodie (Richard Glaves) falls in love with a commoner and Kate (Jennifer Bryden) is a surprisingly ambitious, Lady Macbethtype character.
Yorkshire funnyman Johnnie Casson is joined by impressionist Adam Daye and vocalist Laura Glaves.
They are local businessmen Mike Paice, Glaves Roberts and Ifor Sion and engineer Joel Scott who are leading the drive to sell off the shares.