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bevy

a flock of birds.
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To help bring back the joy of capturing and sharing family memories, all photos and videos stored on Bevy can be enjoyed on-demand inside or outside the home via the Bevy app on a mobile device.
There was a bevy of beauties, as well as most of Centre Court, roaring him on.
But fear not, because the series' creators have thoughtfully cast the show with a bevy of beauties whom Jake can romance in future episodes: His ex, Emily (Ashley Scott), whose fiance is conveniently out of town when the bombs hit; Heather (Sprague Grayden), a spunky high- school teacher; and Bonnie (Shoshannah Stern), who's equally spunky despite her hearing impairment.
Wilson admitted: "I have spoken to Bevy and there is still a possibility he may return in some shape or form.
Themes of oblivion, religion, politics, and dreams intertwine with one another in a constant bevy of thoughts, ideas, memories, and events that occur in one character's life.
Owned and operated by a French family in Madagascar for more than 80 years, this sisal farm is also a significant nature preserve as home to ring-tailed lemurs and a bevy of other exotic animals.
A bevy of other Religious Right heavy hitters backed McClintock, among them Phyllis Schlafly, Randall Terry and Alan Keyes.
Dalia Rawson, cast in the role of the Shimmy Queen, preens and wiggles on a platform as a bevy of slick young men stands at her feet.
The comedy, which opened in March, sets two straight men on a gay cruise, forcing them to play gay in order to woo a bevy of women who also happen to be on board (huh?
Michael's College and a regular contributor to The Interim monthly newspaper, was honoured by a bevy of friends, family, and co-workers.
As the characters struggle to understand each other and overcome a bevy of personal problems, salvation comes in the form of three feisty spirits whose common-sense advice guides the women toward more hopeful, fulfilling relationships.
Call to Arms, 1998, features a bevy of woodpeckers against a bright polka-dot ground; the largest bird carries a mace in its beak.