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- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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'ry (afe riding at Anchor for Ships, who may widt - out any danger enter the roves which is both very Urge and deq).
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Chef Michael Vignola 's menu roves the region, with stops in Savannah (honey), Charleston (shrimp) and New Orleans (muffaletta).
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It is fairly short but roves far and wide from Lancashire cheese sandwiches to Middle Eastern tabbouleh and falafel.
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An omnivorous troubadour, he roves from Manchester libraries to Colombian villages to salvage musical traditions – with recordings that move from Berber beats to the raptures of a raga, from the thrilling stillness of an Armenian lament to the sprightliness of an Elizabethan galliard.
Often people are evicted from their homes (most of them wooden shacks with tin roves) because the city government doesn't want to recognize that Kibera exists.
Zimmer roves the dugout and field as the available sage.
April 28th, 2008 6: 41 pm ET at least 20 new 5 second clips for the roves of the world to mangle. sorry to say if b.o. is nominated the dems can kiss the white huose good by
An elusive midfielder with a licence to break forward and seek space towards the touchlines in high positions, he roves behind Miroslav Klose with Bastian Schweinsteiger and Sami Khedira providing insurance behind him, in case he loses the ball.
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