Pavy

Pa·vy

(pah'vē),
Frederick W., English physician, 1829-1911. See: Pavy disease.
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Joey Zapata, Pavy Olivarez, Bruce Samia & Donna Anderson ("Westworld")
Jean-Luc PAVY, co-founder of TeamCast said: "All discussions were very positive.
Octave Pierre Pavy served as the physician for the ill-fated Lady Franklin Bay Expedition of 1881-84, one of two expeditions supported by the United States during the First International Polar Year.
Pavy S, Toonen EJ, Miceli-Richard C, Barrera P, van Riel PL, Criswell LA, et al.
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The 'House Bill Number One' was specifically intended to remove a long-standing opponent of his reforms, Judge Benjamin Henry Pavy.
Situee dans la commune de Bologhine, au sommet d'un promontoire dominant la Mediterranee, la basilique de Notre-Dame d'Afrique a ete construite au milieu du XIXe siecle a l'initiative de Mgr Pavy, eveque d'Alger, entre 1846 et 1866.
According to Michael Shapiro, 'The members of a children's troupe ranged in age from ten to fifteen', and he specifies the careers of Samuel Pavy and Thomas Ravenscroft.
This year's winners are: Sarah Charlton, Tufts University, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy Security Studies, Islamic Civilizations, $12,000; Kathryn Bonnen, Michigan State University Computer Science, $6,625; Paula Koch, George Washington University, Security Policy Studies, $4,000; Kayla Hinrichs, Missouri State University (Army ROTC), Defense and Strategic Studies, $4,000; Charlotte Wygant, George Washington University (Navy ROTC), Middle Eastern Studies, $4,000; Anna Marie Pavy Georgetown University, Biohazardous Threat Agents and Emerging Infectious Diseases, $500.
Sarah Sunday Holmes and Anna Grace Pavy served as flower girls.