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savin

or

savine

(săv′ĭn)
n.
1. An evergreen Eurasian shrub (Juniperus sabina) having brownish-blue seed-bearing cones and young shoots that yield an oil formerly used medicinally.
2. Any of several related plants, especially the eastern red cedar.

savin

a neurotoxic war gas similar to organophosphorus insecticides but considerably more toxic, as demonstrated in the Tokyo subway massacre in 1995.
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Within three years of the cutting's completion, Savin, who had abandoned Talerddig to Davies, was bankrupt.
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Other resistance to the SAVIN systems include cost concerns, the fact that some counties already have existing systems, and that rural communities do not have the capacity to enter data in a timely manner.
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Respected Mr Savin graduated from Oxford and took up his first post at BBC TV as an assistant film editor.
The situation was acknowledged by industry observers and the board to be a crisis of both cash and confidence, since the stakeholders alleged that the succession of management at Savin had destroyed the company's credibility.
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Statements written by Savin and Karpenko were read out during the first day of the inquest at Caernarfon.
Registered SAVIN users in Indiana will now receive notifications related to eight separate court events, including: cases filed, changes of venue, hearings, disposition changes, sentencing events, appeals filed, appeal decisions, and probation violations resulting in revocation hearings.
COURIER: Darren Myles COURIER: John Kavanagh DRUGS BARON: Paul David Williams COURIER: Carl James Robertson COURIER: Barry Lawrence Dobie COURIER: Brian Thompson SUPPLIER: Philip William Savin SUPPLIER: Jeffrey Lamb DRUG MONEY: Cash and heroin seized by the police during their investigation
Savin and Karpenko were taken to hospital in Bangor but were unhurt.