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  • n. Plural form of shave.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of shave.


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  • The company states a consumer can get up to 100 shaves from the tiny bottle.

    Pacific Shaving Oil

  • The camp, as all camps ever were, was full of strange yarns -- "shaves" about what was going on at Omdurman, and the Khalifa's intentions.

    Khartoum Campaign, 1898 or the Re-Conquest of the Soudan

  • It is all folly pulling up for every ill wind that blows, because, until one actually SEES there is something in it, you never can tell amongst these savages -- 'shaves' are so common in Africa.

    The Discovery of the Source of the Nile

  • I think the woman in the t-shirt was simply pointing out that she 'shaves'.

    Rachel Lucas

  • That's where he shaves away at the wood until the whole instrument rings true, which is his ultimate goal, whether the guitar is electric or acoustic.

    The Real Guitar Hero of Rock 'n' Roll

  • Small box (background): couscous, carrot shaves and halloumi on lettuce, cherry tomatoes.

    December « 2009 « Were rabbits

  • Big box (background): Farfalle with tomato, pepper and cream sauce, parmesan shaves and some parsley.

    Bento #230 « Were rabbits

  • The price of shaves, of washing, and of milk went up.


  • Zuma Press SHAVE AND A HAIRCUT: A man got a shave Friday in Tahrir Square in Cairo, where are least three barbers have set up shop giving free haircuts and shaves to protesters.

    Photos of the Day: July 15

  • He would look good either way but I hope he shaves and has the look he had for the Twilight Movie because he looked really formal and much much sexier and specially since its the Oscars.

    Twilight Lexicon » Robert Pattinson Preps For Oscars


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