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1. A crossbeam; a beam or a timber crossing a building.
2. One of the divisions or bays, as in a ceiling, made by crossbeams.
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Pauline Hadley, regional manager for Crimestoppers in the West Midlands, said: "It is vital that Trevis is found as soon as possible.
Det Sgt Alisha Reavley, of the West Midlands Police Public Protection Unit, said: "Extensive enquiries are on-going to trace Trevis, but we need anyone who knows his whereabouts to call us immediately."
"Beware if you're reading words like 'cure,' or that people have 'stopped' or 'reversed' their MS," Trevis Gleason says.
The winning entrant, Carly Trevis, said: "The Easter egg hunt was a great way to keep the kids occupied in the school holidays and we are delighted to have won the holiday.
Miss Trevis met Oakes, who is illiterate, when she was about 18, and the couple lived at flats in Weoley Castle and Five Ways, Birmingham.
Trevis says: "Incredibly cheap offers from two big Italian lines, Costa and MSC, really set the ball rolling.
"I think this is the time to make your tailor your new BFF, as the length of these trousers needs to be spot on for them to make a real impact," Trevis says.
Mr Al Hadi presented a trophy to Mr Trevis as a token of appreciation.
Norman Packer, 57, is said to have bedded Labour colleague Karen Trevis in a hotel - minutes after warning her he would otherwise wreck her hopes of becoming a councillor.
Our employees are helping us deliver on our sustainability commitments by discovering unique possibilities for positive change and spearheading key projects that are changing the way we operate, whilst protecting our business continuity", said Andrew Trevis, Plant Director, Kraft Foods Bahrain, WLL.
Trevis Mayfield is publisher not only of the Daily Gazette in Sterling, Ill., but also of its Shaw Newspapers sibling The Telegraph in nearby Dixon.