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venter

[′ven·tər]
(anatomy)
The abdomen, or other body cavity containing organs.
(botany)
The thickened basal portion of an archegonium.
(invertebrate zoology)
The undersurface of an arthropod's abdomen.
The outer, convex part of a curved or coiled gastropod or cephalopod shell.
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He was one of life's unique people who had an extraordinary network of people from all walks of life," Mr Venters said.
When news of his win broke, it brought DDF to the attention of the rest of us," Venters told Gulf News via email.
Venters would not face any criminal charges, since "a thorough investigation by the police, including eyewitness statements, leaves no doubt that [Conrad] was an armed home-invader when killed.
The ban imposed by sport regulators Ice Hockey UK has annoyed some critics who believe Venters should have been punished more severely.
The Dubai store will not sell pork or alcohol but Venters said he does not expect customers to be disappointed by the slight difference in stock compared to London.
South Africa-born Venter, 55, provided dental service at Times Building in the town under an NHS contract with Powys Local Health Board, before handing over the practice to Denticare.
Finalists - Lucy Foreman, Alicia Holdsworth, Marshall, Abigail Hirstle, Katy Venters, Holly Scott, Alex Garbiak, Girls 800F/S team (K.
There were also silvers for Crossland in the womens' 100m backstroke; Alex Garbiak in the junior 400 individual medley; Whiteley in the junior 200 individual medley; and Venters in the women's 200m backstroke.