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savine

(săv′ĭn)
n.
1. An evergreen Eurasian shrub (Juniperus sabina) having brownish-blue seed-bearing cones and young shoots that yield an oil formerly used medicinally.
2. Any of several related plants, especially the eastern red cedar.
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She then turns to Holden for 'comfort,' telling him she isn't ready for marriage, to which he replies, 'You've gone a long way since that first night, Savine. You're awake now.' Devanny ends the novel by describing the 'quickening of new passion' as Helena and Holden exchange the 'soft alluring whispers of liberality and love' (SF, 320).
by Charles Casanove, with a study on the works of Strindberg by Georges Loiseau (Paris: Savine, 1893).
(11.) Supply P, Allix C, Lesjean S, CardosoOelemann M, Rusch-Gerdes S, Willery E, Savine E, de Haas P, van Deutekom H, Roring S, Bifani P, Kurepina N, Kreiswirth B, Sola C, Rastogi N, Vatin V, Gutierrez MC, Fauville M, Niemann S, Skuce R, Kremer K, Locht C, van Soolingen D.
Savine Ariss, another Daz Onboz founder, seamlessly blended Hamady's voice with the prerecorded music.
(20.) Savine E, Warren RM, van der Spuy GD, Beyers N, van Helden PD, Locht C, et al.
Firmin Boissin (pseudonym Simon Brugal) blamed the demise of the Parisian eccentric on the Franco-Prussian war in his Excentriques disparus (Paris: Savine, 1890), p.
He said: "NATO aviation rocketed the bus that was travelling on the Pec- Kula-Rozaje road, near the place named Savine Vode.
Peter Savine, nine, of Milton Keynes, and Stephen Danes, 12, of South London (above left), watched Chelsea beat Wimbledon at Highbury.
Local police confirmed Jodie Leigh Priest was found dead in her room at the Ses Savines apartments facing the beach at San Antonio, just over a year after the bombing that claimed 22 lives.