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Sha·ver

(shā'vĕr),
Cecil Gordon, 20th-century Canadian physician. See: Shaver disease.
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The Shavers researched various agencies, initially to assist them with paying utility bills.
That is the verdict of former world heavyweight title challenger Earnie Shavers, who pushed Muhammad Ali and Larry Holmes to the limit in the 1970s.
That is the brutal verdict of double world heavyweight title challenger Earnie Shavers, who pushed Muhammad Ali and Larry Holmes to the limit in the 1970s.
One such manufacturer is Philips, which manufactures electric shavers. Behind the launch of their products lie years of process and materials development, a natural extension of which is a close co-operation with their material suppliers, including Sandvik Materials Technology, which delivers Nanoflex stainless strip steel.
These shavers are easy to handle, and they allow for precise, millimeter-by-millimeter removal of subcutaneous fat.
Of 2,438 Welsh men aged 45-59 who described their shaving habits, 521 were not daily shavers. These men were shorter and were more likely to be unmarried, to be manual laborers, and to have less frequent intercourse than the daily shavers.
THE Johnny Owen Memorial Appeal committee is hoping to pack 'em in when former heavyweight Earnie Shavers lends his support to a fund-raising evening in Merthyr Tydfil.
A citizens' group on Tuesday demanded that immigration authorities in Osaka provide inmates at the regional detention facility with individual electric shavers, instead of forcing them to share a single shaver.
EARNIE SHAVERS is acknowledged as the hardest-hitting heavyweight of the modern era - perhaps of all time.
Shavers became a chip maker because she loves science.
The shaver is designed to capture and cut longer, low-lying hairs which other shavers would normally miss.