from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as pavise.
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Every day there were manufactured in thousands, arrows, darts, stacks of bolts,  armed with iron points and feathered with parchment, numbers of _pavas_, great shields made of pieces of wood mortised one into the other and covered with leather.
Wednesday, June 16, 2010 so woke up at 8. 30am, and headed straight to the local bus stop. caught a chicken bus to the pavas airport and caught a flight to bocas del toro, with no real plans. the best thing now is that i have no commitments like flights or anything, and i will now
Paujiles, pavones, pavas y guacharacas neotropicales.