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- noun A vertical
shaftleading upward from a cavepassage, sometimes connecting with passages above
- noun A
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They were then in the part of the day's activities Roland called aven-car: carrying the kill and preparing to make it into something else.
This was very likely what Vannay called aven kal, words which meant lifted on the wind or carried on the wave.
"Try to get a penny, if you 'aven't one saved over," the man explained.
Hi 'aven't' ad a bite the blessed dy, an 'Hi'm that fynt ...
Close enough quarters we've been living in these past few days and I 'aven't seen you so much as lean close t' 'er.
"Now Lily," Mudge protested, "'aven't you always told me you're always' untin 'for a way t' move up in the world?"
"Now, Neville," he said quietly, addressing the raven, "I've always done right by you, 'aven't I?"
The only people who hate drugs are people who 'aven't tried
'Look, I know this is a long story, but I've got the conch,' aven't I?
"Well, now, love, I 'aven't'ad much time, wot with the ironing and that."
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