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Sha·ver

(shā'vĕr),
Cecil Gordon, 20th-century Canadian physician. See: Shaver disease.
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The information and data in the publication "Global Shavers Market Size, Share, Development, Growth and Demand Forecast to 2020" represent the research and analysis of data from various primary and secondary sources.
What is the current size of the electric shaver and hair care equipment market in India?
Shaver had suffered a rupture with reality after his brother died in 1934, a death he blamed on a demon called Max.
As a patent draftsman, Shaver does the drawings that show the details of inventors' creations.
The Lithium Ion Three-in-One features new packaging that is smaller and fits in the shaver display of most planograms.
Previously Shaver was a policy analyst, editor, operations agent and cargo call centre manager, both domestically and internationally, after beginning her career in 1997 as a briefing attorney for Fulbright & Jaworski LLP in Austin, Texas.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Clinton Youth Football in memory of John Shaver, c/o Buzz Labbe, 85 Birch St.
If we can sell to young guys now, we can get them to buy electric shavers from us as they grow older, too.
Shaver lay for several minutes on the court and required help walking off it after a frightening fall in which she landed on her back after a struggling for a loose ball with a Notre Dame player.
The E9005 Sinus Shaver operates the only bendable shaver blades on the market, giving the surgeon maximum flexibility and optimum access to the surgical site.
A federal court granted summary judgment to the company, and Shaver
In a letter submitted to the authorities, the group said forcing the inmates to share an electric shaver puts them at risk of contracting diseases.