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Oliver

1. one of Charlemagne's 12 paladins
2. Isaac. ?1556--1617, English portrait miniaturist, born in France: he studied under Hilliard and worked at James I's court
3. Jamie (Trevor). born 1975, British chef and presenter of television cookery programmes
4. Joseph, known as King Oliver. 1885--1938, US pioneer jazz cornetist
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Oliva said the party drugs, including ecstasy tablets, are sold in events like concerts, discos and parties.
During a clip obtained by Daily Mail TV, guest commentator, Nancy Grace, asks Mr Vail if Oliva ever revealed a desire to eat JonBenet - to which he responds: "Yeah."
The letters do not explain why Oliva was possibly at the Ramsey home the night that (https://www.ibtimes.com/casting-jonbenet-premiere-when-watch-netflix-documentary-about-unsolved-murder-case-2531562) JonBenet was murdered but he was using an address 10 blocks from the home at the time, the Daily Mail reports. 
Monmouthshire's Oliva powered to keirin silver on the Gold Coast and is currently the reigning British champion in the discipline.
Thanks to his designs that attracted a lot of public interest, Oliva has been handed other opportunities, and now trains young designers at a private school - MaPa Fashion Design Academy.
Oliva, who lives in Santa Clara, California with her Filipino parents, Mark of Cebu and Cynthia of Iligan, swam in the finals of the 400-meter freestyle Friday at the Olympic Park here.
According to latest media reports, Maradona got down on knee and presented an engagement ring to 28-year-old Rocio Oliva on her birthday at a private party with family and close friends a few days ago.
Oliva said: "It just goes to show what you can achieve with the right work-life balance.
Victoria Oliva joins Savills Studley's Global Retail Services Group as Managing Director.