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heave

(hēv)
n.
heaves(used with a sing. or pl. verb) A pulmonary disease of horses that is characterized by respiratory irregularities, such as coughing, and is noticeable especially after exercise or in cold weather.

heav′er n.
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Heaver always dressed the part and drove top-of-therange cars, so it is no surprise to me that he has conned the Government as well.
Felix: Look for the Spreading the Heaver Gospel tour number two.
I would never do that at Heaver Plaza because that place is dead on Saturdays.
MSI), a leading geophysical service company providing 3-D passive seismic imaging for energy exploration and production, today announced that Chris Heaver has joined the company to manage its Canadian sales organization based in Calgary, Alberta.
Mark Andrew Ayres, previously known as Mark Eyres and Mark Heaver, acted as a director of Global Eco Projects Ltd (GEP), in breach of a prior director disqualification.
The 51-year-old, from Basingstoke, Hants, also known as Mark Eyres and Mark Heaver, once told me that his criminal past should not be held against him, saying: "I am trying to earn a living, which I believe I am still entitled to do.
Rugby Borough Council and local parish councils along with current stock car promoter Jeremy Heaver - who has led the search for a new site as representative of the former stadium owners - and speedway promoter Mick Horton have all been invited to contribute to the meeting.
Edwards won the mixed fours with Jo Rolls, Geoff Heath and Jason Heaver.
However, Michael had also become involved with Reading-based security boss Mark Heaver, and had worked for his security company as a bodyguard.
The pair exchanged blows, leaving Mr Heaver with a fractured cheekbone, before peacemakers rushed to separate them.
If the cardio also collects impacts at the feet, then G forces cause the body weight to be 2 - 4 times heaver.
He's up to 235 pounds across a 6-foot-2 frame, 15 pounds heaver than in 2008.