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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of haven.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Sheltered in a haven.
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As before a dolphin of huge maw fly other fish and fill the nooks of some fair-havened bay, in terror, for he devoureth amain whichsoever of them he may catch; so along the channels of that dread stream the Trojans crouched beneath the precipitous sides.
The 11-year-old with the imaginary friends threatens to kill authority figures, fights other children and behaves so badly that, since being safe havened, he has twice been removed from specialized foster homes because even trained foster parents can't handle him.
Yen traded at a 13-Year high during Asian trading as risk averse investors fled Japanese equities into the safe havened US Dollar.
On Sept. 22, an 18 year old "safe havened" himself at a Grand Island hospital.
News, Gary Saton, 36, the widower who "safe havened 9 of his 10 children (the oldest is a legal adult) at Creighton University Medical Center last September, went to court Monday (March 9) to formally terminate his parental rights.