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helve

The handle of an ax, adz, hatchet, etc.
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In a separate monthly newsletter, Prudential Douglas Elliman's Leonard Steinberg, a managing director, and Helve Senequier, an executive vice president, alluded to the "homeless wealthy," as a result of increased competition and lack of inventory in the luxury market.
2001) Youth, Citizenship and Empowerment In Helve, H.
I see the blood wash'd entirely away from the axe, Both blade and helve are clean, They spirt no more the blood of European nobles, they clasp no more the necks of queens.
After heat-treating, any additional shaping will helve to be done with small grinding wheels.
How many times helve we been waiting in a hospital emergency rooms, either to he seen for some condition of our own or the condition of a loved one, and seen emergency room staff instantly respond to patients who are in need of immediate care.
She added that at Hill Top, plans were being finalised for a pounds 40 million recycling facility to be called Pike Helve Eco-Park.
Benavides had been known to helve suffered from Parkinson's Disease, the result might have been different.
My father was walking ahead with the ax over his shoulder and a trace chain draped over the ax helve.
I do helve sympathy with financial institutions that said 'hang on, this will cause problems', but I also understand the International Accounting Standards Board's response when it pointed out that the proposal had been around for ages so they should have spotted it earlier.
Philippe de Broca's rousing costumer maintains the audacity of Helve Bazin's perverse, 1920s-set Gallic childhood classic, highlighting the comedy of maternal monstrousness and letting the horror speak for itself.