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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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If a reliable progressive is elected instead, how might alliances shift among its left-leaning centrists - those councilors who consider themselves heavers?
Heaver has worked in Canada, Europe, Indonesia, and Singapore.
The prosecution told Liverpool Crown Court Heaver was "a greedy man" who would use virtually any opportunity to make money.
Felix: Look for the Spreading the Heaver Gospel tour number two.
Camera (color), Jan Kiesser; editor, Lenka Svab; music, Paul Zaza; production designer, Wendy Morrow; costume designer, Koreen Heaver; sound (Dolby Digital), Michael Playfair.
Adrian, 22, was quizzed for several hours over the attack in which Luke Heaver, also 22, suffered face wounds which needed 20 stitches.
At the bank's downtown Towson (suburban Baltimore) location, branch manager Carolyn Norwood and assistant manager Vanessa Nadolny served waffles, omelets and hotcakes to consumers every Friday for a month The branch is located at Heaver Plaza, a high-rise office complex.
Right-back Craig Truesdale (19), winger Fraser Scott (20) and striker Keiran Campbell (18) were all most recently with Airdrieonians while 27-year-old attacking midfielder Sean Heaver joins from Bannockburn, having previously played for Doune Castle and Fallin.
"I will be competing in a heaver weight class but I feel that my chances of winning is bigger because at this weight, I will be comfortable," she said.
Jean Heaver They can't get today's weather right never mind three-month forecast.