from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Taverner, John 1490?-1545. British composer and organist best known for his Masses and motets.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who keeps a tavern.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who keeps a tavern; an innkeeper.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
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When one of his gals takes retribution (via the dreaded Callisto cuddle sponge which bores its feeding tubes into the chest of its victims - I hate when that happens), Taverner is sent to the hospital only to awaken the next day in a strange hotel room.
Jason Taverner is the host of a popular weekly television variety show, adored by thirty million fans.
Jason Taverner is an incredibly popular singer/performer/TV host.
Buckman has some serious failings and Taverner is basically a person of privilege, spoiled by public attention.
The third version of the Bible, known as Taverner's, was published in 1539.
The prize-winning British choir Stile Antico has made a specialty of English sacred repertoire from the Renaissance, by composers such as Taverner, Tallis, Byrd and Sheppard.
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In this particular thought as it occurs in the book, Jason Taverner is exploring with an old lover, revisited, how it is to love, to grieve, to feel in essence with all its messy, nonsensical appendages of sorrow and why he himself have tried so diligently to avoid.
A revolutionary group known as the neo-Marxists, populated disproportionately by distaff Saturday Night Live alums (Amy Poehler, Nora Dunn, Cheri Oteri), has brainwashed Iraq War veteran Roland Taverner (Seann William Scott) as a way of faking a Rodney King–like videotape exposing police brutality, in hopes of instigating a revolt against the repressive new social order.
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