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bevy

a flock of birds.
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Shoe Bevy will focus on creating a larger social media and community presence, hosting pop-up shops, while improving website design, increasing marketing efforts, and improving website functionality.
Warren Carter, 50, whose committee runs The Bevy as a co-operative, said: "We can be a blueprint for how pubs on estates are run.
At last there is a popping bottle emoji and I can stop using the wee red wine to suggest a bevy session.
I'm pretty sure that no matter how high we can inflate AAM numbers, advertising will never be sufficient to sustain publishing, if by publishing we mean employing a bevy of people reporting news at the levels we once could and did, and surely not, at the expense of the bevy, making profit levels we would kill for today and were once the source of complaints of inadequacy compared with the legendary profits that so many are reminded of while touring San Simeon.
She joined a bevy of models for the Cash & Rocket road trip from Venice to London to raise awareness for the Shine on Sierra Leone, Orphan Aid Africa and Sumbandil charities.
While the lovely ladies of 'Sex and the City' are famous for showing off their bangin' bods in a bevy of high fashion looks, it turns out one of the stars was asked to lose weight before filming the movie and you'll never guess who!
I had lunch Thursday with Michael Chertoff*, a bevy of Secret Service guys (Yes, I only saw guys), and I'm guessing an undisclosed candidate for the presidency.
Cruzan Rum on May 10 introduced a new flavor to spice up a bevy of beverages.
The store, set to open this spring, is surrounded by a bevy of trendy boutiques and restaurants, including XXX.
But according to director Kirby Dick and a bevy of film mavens he interviews in his expose of the studios' lobbying arm, This Film Is Not Yet Rated, the MPAA has also--for the good of the children--placed a stranglehold on what the rest of America is watching.
Since the inception of J@pan Inc, the magazine's bevy of weekly e-mail newsletters has tackled these sorts of "big picture" issues--the fragile health of the Japanese economy being a recurring favorite--and has offered the nuanced analysis often missing from blanket accounts of a Japan paralyzed by economic woes.
July's two-disc set--containing five fan-favorite series episodes, as determined by online voting; 1985's feature film The Secret of the Sword; and a bevy of extras--signals the character's official revival.