heaver


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  • noun

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a bar used as a lever (as in twisting rope)

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a workman who heaves freight or bulk goods (especially at a dockyard)

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Writing in Saturday's F1 Stox programme, Heaver confirmed next year's World Final in September, which is expected to draw a capacity 12,000-plus crowd, will be the last to be staged at Brandon, with the final meeting at the stadium in November.
Ahmed lashed out after Mr Heaver parked up and went to find a trolley.
The prosecution told Liverpool Crown Court Heaver was "a greedy man" who would use virtually any opportunity to make money.
Co-promoter Jeremy Heaver said: 'On Wednesday we will go and present our case.
Coventry co-promoter Jeremy Heaver said: 'Jon Cook allowed the match to go ahead, which was fantastic.
Felix: Actually, it's so dumb that for the remainder of this interview we will refer to ourselves as the mean rock and roll machine called the Heaver 5.
The partnership between Croft and Dean Cosker realised 81 beating the previous 10th-wicket stand against Derbyshire of 62 between Wilf Wooller and Norman Heaver in 1948.
Wales has a heaver dependency in terms of GDP than the UK average on manufacturing.
Adrian, 22, was quizzed for several hours over the attack in which Luke Heaver, also 22, suffered face wounds which needed 20 stitches.
At the bank's downtown Towson (suburban Baltimore) location, branch manager Carolyn Norwood and assistant manager Vanessa Nadolny served waffles, omelets and hotcakes to consumers every Friday for a month The branch is located at Heaver Plaza, a high-rise office complex.
The potential for greater cash flow volatility from Starwood's heaver asset base and its exposure to higher end segments.
Jeremy Heaver, Motofest's commercial director, said: "We always like to bring something dierent to the party with Motofest, so we thought why not turn the road tunnel into a nightclub?
I d like to give special thanks to our Smith System accredited instructors, Paul Ayers, Mick Johns, Toni Lavender, Mark Lewis and George Rossi and to Glenn Heaver, Technical Support Analyst, who submitted our entry.
Thus the Compton relations in (1) imply that the proton is smaller and heaver than the electron.
However, Michael had also become involved with Reading-based security boss Mark Heaver, and had worked for his security company as a bodyguard.