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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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Une habitude si ancree etant une seconde nature, presque plus personne ne fait plus attention aux habits crasseux des serveurs ni aux verres mal laves et rinces.
This capsule also resist to deep waters, laves and major disaster.
There is the care that surrounds and laves the sore back and weary
They have to appreciate the same kind of comedy that I like--that's very important" Some of Austin's laves? Anchorman and Office Space.
Since then I've been on numerous exciting outdoor adventures (check some of my laves below), but I've solved the slumber problem: I now pair each heart-pounding adventure with muscle-soothing luxury.
Abstract: In April 1930 Ralph O'Reilly Piddington, his new wife Marjorie (nee Barnes), and the American linguist Gerhardt Laves left Sydney for their first fieldwork in north-western Western Australia.
A LAVES president Dmitri Piterman claims his club have better players than Spanish champions Barcelona.
Best International Documentary went to Yoav Shamir's Checkpoint, a film about the interaction between Israeli soldiers and Palestinian civilians; the International Critics Award for Best First Documentary went to Juliano Mer Khamis's and Daniel Daniel's Arna's Children, a film about an Israeli woman who runs a theatre group for Palestinian children; and Death in Gaza, whose director, James Miller, was killed by an Israeli soldier while documenting the laves of children in war-torn Palestine, won the Audience Award.
HOLLYWOOD Blending the old with the new, the Ahmanson Theater at the Los Angeles Music Center will roll out the world preem of "The Night They Raided Minsky's" for its 1999-2000 season alongside revivals of theatrical laves "Les Miserables" and "Amadeus."