incavo


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incavo

The hollowed or incised part of an intaglio.
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Interestingly, Incavo found no need to take advantage of NSSF's co-op advertising.
We haven't had to invest much money in advertising," Incavo said.
Misusing the name of a mutual acquaintance, Incavo had crashed Orgena Greder's latest soir[acute{e}]e.
"I deal in rare religious manuscripts," Incavo lied.
Subvocalizing a command, Incavo activated the implants that redirected his zone of maximum visual acuity.
Incavo tried to imagine how Orgena Greder expected to advance her case by putting this savage on display.
The voice was gentler than Incavo expected, but still frightening.
Three hours and countless toasts later, Incavo found him self in a buffet line behind Sfix Geruda and Xyrel Hjinn, senior members of the College of Theology.
Incavo added that ASSC provided "invaluable help" in dealing with a local zoning problem his store experienced.
Inventors: Joseph Alan Incavo, Kathleen Marie Deren and Warren James Busch
(38.) Martell J, Verner JJ, Incavo SJ: Clinical performance of a highly crosslinked polyethylene at two years in total hip arthroplasty: A randomized prospective trial.