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shiver

 [shiv´er]
1. a slight tremor.
2. to tremble slightly, as from cold.

shiv·er

(shiv'ĕr),
1. To shake or tremble, especially from cold.
2. A tremor; a slight chill.

shiver

(shĭv′ĕr) [ME. chiveren]
1. Involuntary increased muscle activity in response to fear, onset of fever, or exposure to cold. The activity leads to increased heat production.
2. To tremble or shake.
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Shivers was officially appointed April 8, according to Troy Campbell, PACB board chair.
Sentencing Shivers yesterday, Judge Nigel Broderick said: "I recognise this has been a difficult exercise, not least for the complainant."
Zach and his socially awkward best friend Champ (Ryan Lee) break into Mr Shivers' home and discover that the truculent father is actually renowned author RL Stine.
That alternative enables people to create directories of all the businesses they use but probably wouldn't add to their personal directory list, Shivers says.
Sitting on Highway 43, wedged between Magee and Hazlehurst, sits Shivers Creek Fish House.
Shivers was acquitted of two counts of murder, six counts of attempted murder, one of possession of firearms and ammunition with intent to endanger life and one of assisting offenders.
The acquittal in the non-jury case, coming after guilty verdicts at Mr Shivers' original trial were quashed by the Northern Ireland Court of Appeal, means no-one has yet been successfully prosecuted over the March 2009 attack by the Real IRA.
(http://www.tmz.com/2012/04/14/pauley-perrette-husband-coyote-shivers-restraining-order/) According to TMZ , Shivers, who appeared in the 1995 film "Empire Records" was charged with one count of violating a court order and one count of probation violation for an incident which took place last year.
The court heard that Shivers has cystic fibrosis and only has a few years to live.
Brian Shivers, 46, from Magherafelt, Co Londonderry, was part of a Real IRA gang who shot Sappers Patrick Azimkar, 21 and Mark Quinsey, 23, outside Massereene military barracks in March 2009.
Co-accused Brian Shivers was convicted of murdering Mark Quinsey, 23, and Patrick Azimkar, 21, outside Massereene army barracks, Antrim, in March 2009.