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the sound made by corvine birds

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utter a cry, characteristic of crows, rooks, or ravens

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Upstream from the 8,900-acre lake, the trust purchased the former Whitbeck property in a similar arrangement with CAW.
I really expected them to be my competition," DeHaven said of CAW in a 2007 interview with Arkansas Business.
CAW officials, who wanted to buy the property but didn't press the matter, watched as DeHaven walked away from the Pulaski County Courthouse with what proved to be a bargain of bargains.
Awardwinning cheeses by Caws Cenarth include Perl Wen (Brie) and Perl Las (Blue Cheese).
Not only can the Cenarth range of cheeses be found in numerous delis across Wales, but can now be purchased direct from the Caws Cenarth website - making sure that cheese lovers around the world can taste the delights of the Cenarth range regardless of location.
Nominating Caws Cenarth, Mr and Mrs C Stephenson from Cardiff said:" A wonderful variety of cheese and very informative.
Caws may be to some extent informed by Jacques Derrida's deconstructionist notion of the unavoidable and fatal slippage that occurs between the signified and the signifier, resulting in multiple interpretations and the negation of all meaning, as well as the conceptions of Antonin Artaud, a French avant-garde poet, dramatist, essayist, and artist (also one of Derrida's influences) who was preoccupied with the limitations and inadequacy of language and rejected mimesis in theatrical work.
Slippage, in Caws conception, takes two basic forms: inadvertent and intentional.
The General Dynamics Portable CAW supports multiple operating systems such as SCO CMW+, SCO ODT 5.
The Portable CAW is available now as either an upgrade to current CAW systems, or as a new unit.
Other Welsh winners were Teifi Farmhouse Cheese's Teifi Farmhouse (gold), mature cheddar (bronze) and Celtic Promise (bronze); Trethowan Dairy's Gorwydd Caerphilly (silver and bronze); Caws Cenarth's Perl Las (silver and bronze); Haverfordwest Cheese Ltd's mature cheddar and Afron-Cleddau Red Leicester (silver), and Afron-Cleddau mature cheddar and mild cheddar (bronze); Abergavenny Fine Foods' Wallis Farm Chive Pyramid goat's cheese (silver); Caws Celtica's Beltane sheep's cheese (silver) and Lammas & Garlic (bronze); Carmarthenshire Cheese's Pont Gar Smoked (silver) Llandyrnog Creamery's mild cheddar (bronze); and Snowdonia Cheese's Red Devil (bronze).
Cornell transvalued failure: in one of his films he cast the actress Rose Hobart, whom Caws describes as "rejected from a Los Angeles home for destitute stars as insufficiently famous.
No aspect of Cornell's diaries is more inspiring than the record of his devotion to a range of female cultural figures of varied eras and echelons, including Mylene Demongeot, Susan Sontag, Patty Duke, Hedy Lamarr, Maria Malibran, Barbara Feldon, Eva Marie Saint, and Fanny Cerrito, whom Caws describes as "Cornell's favorite nineteenth-century dancer, partly because he thought her undervalued.