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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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"What is it?" was the exclamation, as the spots of white scattered over the prairie hove into view. Few travellers got an answer at the time, but the meaning of it was that the Bloods were having their sun dance.
Then the Horse & Jockey hove into view - thank God - and I screeched into the car park.
If the Federales hove into view, the citizen would simply slip his revolver into some discreet place where he could retrieve it later.
The Huey hove into view and flared to land in order to disgorge the ground guys.
When the 210 bus hove into view, in the chilly dark of Finsbury Park one evening last week, a bunch of weary workers cheered up: at last!
Estelle Skornik (Nicole minus Renault Clio) will soon hove into view as Ye Olde Mandatory Crumpet.
But both men prepared to sell their lives valiantly, and Prentiss, armed with a rifle, started shooting the moment the pack hove into view. With his first shot be killed one.
Worried that we would get in trouble for being late to work - there were no mobile phones to ring in and no coin box nearby - we were relieved when a bus hove into view. It was crammed full.
"We have pretty much been in sight of MAPFRE and Team Brunel since Sri Lanka two weeks ago -- and then Alvimedica hove into view and joined the fray as we arrived at Pula We [a small Island at the mouth of the Malacca Strait].
There was a more sombre feeling when Gallipoli's Suvla Bay hove into view. This was the setting for massive losses as the Allies tried to secure the Dardanelles from Turkey in 1915.
It braked for the camera halfway down, then accelerated again to repeat the manoeuvre every time a yellow box hove into view.
Certainly not since the early years of the millennium, when everything in former boss Peter Reid's garden was rosy and before the dark clouds that have haunted Sunderland fans in the past, once again hove into view.